Tuesday, October 09, 2018
Throughout this year, the product of GMV, checker ATM Security, has established itself as the first product worldwide for end-point protection of ATMs. GMV's technology is the leading option in implementations and logical security features.
The need to protect ATM software against malware attacks has been evident in recent years, after the numerous Jackpotting attacks that have managed to empty cash machines in Europe, Asia and America, and which have caused losses of several million dollars. The effective protection of an ATM has required an evolution in the classical paradigm of the defense of the endpoint, traditionally thought for attacks on user posts through the Internet and based on the existence of vulnerabilities. The response to the attack on an unattended post to which there is physical access has required the development of specialized technology, such as the case of disk encryption for unattended posts.
At present, the security technology developed by GMV is deployed in more than 150,000 ATMs in 34 countries, specifically in Germany, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Chile, Cyprus, Colombia, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Spain, United States, France, Greece, Holland, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Malta, Morocco, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine and Venezuela.
To find out more: https://www.gmv.com/en/Products/CheckerATM/
GMV is a privately owned technology business group founded in 1984 and trading on a worldwide scale in the following sectors: Aerospace, Defense and Security, Cybersecurity, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Automotive, Telecommunications and IT for public administration and large corporations. In 2017, it had revenues of more than 160 million euros and a workforce of nearly 1,800 professionals. It has subsidiaries in Germany, Colombia, France, the USA, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, the UK and Romania and 65% of its turnover comes from international projects implemented across the globe. The company's growth strategy is based on continuous innovation and it allocates 10% of its turnover to R&D. GMV has reached CMMI level 5, the world's most prestigious model in terms of enhancing an organisation's process capability and it has numerous international patents. Currently, GMV is the world's first independent supplier of ground control systems for commercial telecommunications satellite operators and the European leader in the earth navigation systems segment (EGNOS and Galileo); the primary provider of the C41 command and control systems for the Spanish Army; the first national provider of telematic systems for public transport. In the ICT sector, it has become a national reference as a provider of advanced cybersecurity solutions and services for IP networks, ICT applications and mobility applications for governments and the development of the e-Administration.