ATM Security Association (ASA) Announces New Subscription Level - January 24, 2023
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ATM Security Association (ASA) Announces New Subscription Level

Tuesday, January 24, 2023

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by ATM Security Association

SIOUX FALLS, SD, January 25, 2023.  The ATM Security Association (ASA) announced today the availability of a new subscription level designed specifically for security, software, and cash management companies, whose markets include the ATM industry.  Each of these business types can benefit significantly from access to ASA resources, including the Crisis & Crime Management Intelligence System (CCMIS), which allows subscribers to track all types of ATM crime across the globe.

One of the primary goals of the ASA is creation of security standards focused on the deployers self-service channel; both hardware and software-related threats – physical and logical attacks. These standards take into consideration the total environment of the ATM, which can have a direct impact on consumer safety, secure usage and operations.

Key subscription benefits include:

  • Faster and more comprehensive information and knowledge-sharing on recognized ATM attack scenarios and threats
  • Enable proactive, cross-vendor recommendations on countermeasures
  • Participation in workgroups with other ATM industry stakeholders:
    • Influence the development of new security solutions
    • Participate in standardization processes

Join the ATM Security Association now and be among the first to receive the 2022 ATM Crime Report and Trend Analysis.  And discounts on the first biennial ATM Global Security Summit, September 13-14, 2023, in Nashville, TN.  Take advantage of a temporary promotion and join by Tuesday, January 31 to save 25%.   Contact Hope Lerman at ASA for more information.

ABOUT ASA – ASA, originally formed in 2014 as the ATM Security Association for Enhanced Technology, is the only global association dedicated to all facets of ATM security.  It has been owned and managed by ATMIA since 2019.  With over 100 member organizations in 17 different countries, all segments of the ATM security sector are represented by ASA – including law enforcement agencies across the world.  The main purpose of the ATM Security Association is to create a global network throughout the ATM provider chain enhancing security, including all involved parties, such as global ATM manufacturers, suppliers, financial Institutions, service providers and IADs. In addition, ASA seeks to facilitate the creation of security standards focused on the deployers’ self-service channel.


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