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Why EMV-Compliant ATMs Need Anti-Skimming Technology

Author(s): Triton Systems of Delaware
Published By: Triton Systems of Delaware
Publication date: March 14, 2016

ATM skimming is increasing in the U.S. Cardholder data theft at bank-owned ATMs in the U.S. and at non-bank U.S. ATMs rose by 174 percent and 317 percent respectively between Jan. 1 and April 9, 2015, according to a recent FICO report. In this Triton sponsored white paper, you'll learn why ATM deployers should consider installing anti-skimming technology as part of the migration to EMV.

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