ATM crime doesn’t pay, but it can certainly cost big bucks to ATM operators that need to restore or replace damaged ATMs due to criminal activity. Join ATM Marketplace April 20th at 11 a.m. EST for a free webinar on how to protect your investment against criminal destruction and theft.
Destruction and theft of ATMs are on the rise, and criminals are using explosives, chains, hammers, saws and even vehicles in an attempt to steal ATMs.
In addition to the physical damage, malware and data corruption and specialized electronics are being used on ATMs to gain control of the machine and access customer data and funds.
Register now for the free webinar on April 20th at 11 a.m. EST to gain understanding on why these attacks are on the rise and how to prevent them. Pat Shea, editor for ATM Marketplace, will be the moderator for the webinar which is sponsored by Oberthur Cash Protection.
Paul Nicholls, business development director at Oberthur Cash Protection, will present the results of a worldwide survey conducted through ATM Marketplace on ATM vandalism and destruction, and what can be done about it.
Nicholls has extensive experience within the global ATM industry on cash protection solutions and is a member of various associations, including the British Standards Institute, European Committee for Standardization and the ATMIA ATM Discussion and Security Forums.
Following the webinar there will be a live question and answer segment for listeners.
Click here to register for the webinar.