Consumers looking to be their own fraud protection advocates

Nearly two-thirds of American consumers say they would use a service that sends them an email or text when suspicious activity occurs on their payment card.

Time to talk about 'Things' …

The Internet of Things will bring a deluge of Big Data; will it be 'TMI' for payments processors looking to use defined behaviors as a means of validating identity?

ATMs: Cash is simply not enough

All those customers doing very little at ATMs besides getting cash are a wasted opportunity — and it's long past time to do something about it.

The Hyosung/Tranax 1500 and EMV: What should you do?

A white paper from ATMEquipment.com outlines three options for owner-operators of the 50,000 active 1500s in the U.S. market.

Why the paper ATM receipt isn't going extinct

In the rush to go digital, FIs must not alienate the important segment of their customer base that still values paper ATM receipts.

Where do your ATMs connect? HP delivers x86, NonStop!

At the end of March, the HP enterprise group will announce the specifics of NonStop X, which will support Intel x86 architecture

Plan now for the end of Windows 7

Support for Windows 7 ends in 2020; ATM deployers should start planning now to ensure an orderly, cost-effective migration to the next OS.

For retail bankers, the song remains the same ...

But with so many external forces at work — from regulators, networks, technology providers and consumers — the words take on a new meaning.

Cutting-edge ATMs are cutting costs at the branch

Adding more teller-like functions at the ATM has allowed FIs to meet the needs of more customers while reducing branch operating costs.

New coalition to develop wireless ATM standards

The alliance aims to facilitate a strong, secure transaction environment without resting significant security compliance responsibility on ATM operators.

Could you root out a rootkit?

The stealthiest of all malware, a rootkit can go undetected for years — all the while stealing data from your computer system.

USPS pushes 'collaboration' with FIs

A Pew study showed that most consumers are indifferent to the idea, but 64 percent of those in the target market (i.e., the un- and underbanked) favor it.

Doing it by the numbers …

At this year's ATMIA conference and expo, numbers were in record-setting territory, the most important being the 1,100 registered attendees who showed up.

Cashing out: Not likely anytime soon

Vegas seems an appropriate spot for an ATMIA conference focused on enhancing the self-service experience. Plenty of banknotes find their way into slot machines there.

Future looks 'sunny' for global ATM market

China and India will drive growth; in India, expansion will be fueled by solar ATMs that can be used in remote rural locations.

Fed to roll out roadmap for faster payments

The effort comes in response to research findings that consumers want instant payments and would be willing to pay for them.

Hit your 2015 marketing goals

Quality, consistent branding, targeted campaigns, and strategies that fit the times are hallmarks of a successful marketing plan.

Is there ever a time when I don't need cash?

In IT today, there's really no reason to contemplate deploying consumer-facing solutions that don't deliver 24/7/forever.

Is tokenization really the best solution to fraud?

Apple has made over one of the oldest payment security methods into one of the newest. But is it the best?

New payments players must fight their way through space junk

The payments ecosystem is much like space: It's difficult to get to; it's uninhabitable unless you're properly equipped; and it exists in a vacuum.

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