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More relevant than ever: The changing face of the ATM

Financial institutions are investing more in high-tech features that appeal to cash-carrying millennials, and that's a great opportunity for IADs.

Apple Pay: A short-term plan for 500 banks?

Costs associated with the Apple partnership might accelerate financial institutions' plans to release their own mobile wallets — perhaps even with some help from merchants.

ATM - Mobile Integration Guide: Strategies for Successful Omnichannel Banking

This guide examines how banks are developing cross-channel strategies linking their ATMs with their mobile channels, their branches and Internet banking.

Sponsored by: Auriga

Jackpotting makes its way to Western Europe's ATMs

Though malware attacks constitute a minority of ATM crimes in Europe, the stealth, speed, criminal finesse — and cash — involved make them particularly worrisome to deployers.

Will EMV lead to more contactless ATMs?

Some forward-looking independent ATM deployers have begun to develop strategies for implementing contactless ATM transactions.

Infographic: ATM Skimming: Modern-Day Bank Robbery

This infographic gives you the information you need on ATM skimming and how to spot a skimmer.

Sponsored by: Diebold, Incorporated

The ATM industry's foreign fee fiasco

Are financial institutions shooting themselves in the foot by charging their customers to use other providers' ATMs?

Can the ATM industry stop Tyupkin in its tracks?

ATM Marketplace checked in with security experts around the industry to learn how operators can protect themselves from the latest 'jackpotting' scheme, Tyupkin malware.

Considerations for EMV migration at the ATM

The process of moving to EMV technology can seem overwhelming, but thorough planning, communication and coordination can help make the transition a success.

A small operator's guide to basic ATM care

Basic machine care isn't all that complicated. Here are five steps you can take to help ensure that your machine is always available (and inviting) to customers.

The long and 'cash-is-required' road …

The question remains, with Apple Pay fully implemented and consumers and merchants all engaged, will our need for cash be affected?

Guest blog: Unlock the benefits of ATMIA membership

Many industry members don't know about all of the perks that come with ATMIA membership. Here are seven that you might not be aware of.

Call centers a popular target for fraudsters

One expert says that if contact phone channels were monitored, this could predict criminal behavior two weeks prior to actual attacks.

Targeted cyberattacks: Lessons learned from a former FBI guy

"You don’t have a malware problem; you have an enemy problem," says Crowdstrike president and former FBI executive assistant director Shawn Henry. He explains further in a video interview.

How to cut the cost of inefficient cash handling

If you deal with cash on a regular basis, how can you protect it against poor cash-handling practices? Are there ways to make sure everything adds up?

2014 ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit: M&A in the ATM Industry

Tremont Capital Group CEO Sam Ditzion discusses M&A trends in the ATM industry at the 2014 ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in Washington, D.C.

Big fish, little fish: M&A in the ATM industry

With costs racking up for ADA regs, Windows 7 migration, the shift to EMV and more, an increasing number of IADs are looking to merge or divest their ATM business.

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GRG, Standard Chartered go live with Hong Kong's first VTMs

The devices provide remote video teller assistance for more than 70 percent of traditional counter transactions.

Phoenix Interactive certifies Hyosung branch transformation solutions

The Hyosung MX8800 assisted self-service terminal is now certified on the suite of multivendor applications developed and marketed by Phoenix Interactive Design.

Wincor, Sparkasse Bremen re-up partnership

Wincor Nixdorf Portavis and the German savings bank Sparkasse Bremen will extend their current outsourcing agreement for five more years.

New report examines emerging payments in Africa

With new technologies, a growing middle class, government initiatives, and many drivers towards greater inclusion, Africa’s payment systems are changing rapidly.

Pulse forms consulting group to serve FI needs

Pulse InSights will offer strategic services to banks and credit unions, with a focus on card portfolio performance, branch maximization and customer outreach.

Staples investigating possible data breach

Has POS malware become an 'easy button' for payment card data theft and counterfeiting?

Clearing House announces plan to pursue real-time payments

The multiyear project will address gaps in payment processing in order to ensure secure and immediate payment in merchant and consumer sectors.

Visa champions nationwide chip card education campaign

The company will work with public- and private-sector partners in an effort to educate merchants, policymakers, civic leaders and consumers about EMV.

Brink's to revamp Netherlands ops after losing major customer

As it winds up its ATM servicing relationship with Rabobank, Brinks is contemplating the closure of three facilities and the downsizing of its workforce by about 600 employees.

Study: The divergent paths of digital currency regulation

Authorities globally have taken a wide variety of positions on the regulation of digital currency, making it hard for payment industry players to provide technology that will support digital currency transactions.

EAST announces venue for FCS 2015

The European ATM Security Team has selected a new venue in The Hague for its next Financial Crime and Security Forum.

NCR preps investors for disappointing Q3 results, lowers full-year 2014 guidance

Financial services remain a bright spot, but worsening market conditions in retail have prompted the company to dial back its earnings forecast.

Study: In Europe, low-value cash payments migrating to cards

From 2010 to 2012, the number of card payments in western Europe grew by 15 percent, while in central and eastern Europe, they increased by 82 percent.

Rototype cashless ATM a boon to Nigerian banks, merchants

Shoppers pay for purchases using their ATM card in the machine, which instantaneously debits a payment to the merchant's account.

Half of US POS terminals will be chip-enabled by end of 2015

Massive data breaches in the past year seem to have prodded retailers to take action to curb their potential exposure to losses from fraud.

MasterCard, Zwipe team up to roll out first-ever biometric contactless payment card

Biometric authentication replaces PIN entry, enabling cardholders to make contactless payments in any amount, unlike current NFC-enabled payment solutions.

Nearly 40 percent of US mobile banking users worry about identity theft

Not surprisingly, older users of mobile banking apps are more fearful than younger users about having their mobile banking data hacked.

For Europe's ATM deployers, innovation trumps expansion

The European installed ATM base shrank considerably in 2013, but saw a significant rise in the number of units boasting cash-recycling functionality.

CPI to launch new note recycler in early 2015

The unit offers a more efficient way to accept and dispense cash, the company says.

SBI rolls out tortuous ATM fee schedule following RBI rule changes

For customers with a low average monthly account balance, keeping the rules straight could be frustrating; for those with a heftier balance, they're as simple as f-r-e-e.

Burroughs scanners OK'd for use with Aptra Passport

NCR has given the green light to the Elite and Open Professional scanner series; Micro Elite and Adaptive certification is expected to follow soon.

US gov't to introduce EMV for EBT cards

Following on high-profile data breaches originating at POS terminals, the Obama Administration is reportedly taking measures to ensure the security of electronic benefits payments data.

FIME partners with Russian card software provider

The relationship will extend FIME EMV migration and certification services to issuing and acquiring banks in the region.

Cardtronics program incorporates ATM cash, coupons, mobile phones

The company's new AllTM program rewards ATM users by presenting them with a special coupon code they can upload to a mobile device and use immediately in-store.

ATM fee foe sues central bank

A rights activist is petitioning Nigeria's federal court to rescind an order that reversed a 2012 ban on foreign fees.

Denali Alaskan FCU partners with Co-op for ATM access

The Co-op ATM program allows the FCU's members to use 30,000 Co-op networked ATMs across Alaska and the lower 48 states.

Not bound by tradition, Generations Bank embraces branch transformation

The 144-year-old bank has opened its first 'tellerless' branch featuring full-service virtual banking and on-site specialists who help customers with more complex financial needs.

Prepaid cards rule in September spending; checks see rare increase

Total dollar volume was up year-over-year, but month-to-month growth slowed slightly as consumers took a breather between back-to-school and Halloween spending.

More UK banks join Paym

Clydesdale Bank, Isle of Man Bank, NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland, Ulster Bank and Yorkshire Bank are among the new banks that will offer Paym this year.

Diebold aims for greater security, customer convenience with new 5500 ATM series

The company says its new ATM line supports financial institutions' need to drive efficiencies, manage risks and reduce costs.

Global card payment volume tops 200B in 2013

A new study by RBR has found that the number of payments made by card worldwide grew 13 percent between 2012 and 2013.

Ethiopian IT firm wins contract to install 50 ATMs for Nib International Bank

Moti Engineering will deliver the machines within 60 days; with this order, Moti will have supplied a total of 949 ATMs to Ethiopian banks.

European PCI community confab addresses future of payments security

The conference focused on providing a greater understanding of PCI standards, solutions and services and their application in today's business environment.

New York issues emergency rule on ATM safety compliance reporting

The emergency rule precedes planned amendments that will require semiannual reporting of security compliance at institutions' ATM facilities.

Fiserv Portico collects 11 new CUs

The zero-footprint solution has attracted a variety of new users over the past 13 months.

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