India's banks discussing use of local languages on ATM receipts

English and Hindi - both of them official languages - are currently used, however local language users, especially in rural villages, often do not speak either.

What can 'Brown' do for data theft victims?

The UPS Store has notified customers of a potential data compromise occurring at 51 franchised locations between Jan. 20 and Aug. 11.

Number of consumers who prefer ATMs over other banking channels rises in 2013, ABA says

The ATM remains in third place among customers' favorite banking channels, but it achieved a stronger showing in 2013 (14 percent), compared with 2012 (11 percent).

Patent auction to offer up ATM intellectual property rights package

An upcoming intellectual property auction gives bidders the unusual opportunity to become their own ATM patent assertion entity.

CFPB complaint portal will spread rumors, falsehoods about financial services, FSR fears

The Financial Services Roundtable has expressed deep concern about a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau plan to post unverified, anonymous complaint narratives on a government Web site.

Ascert adds EMV testing and certification capabilities to hosted services

The cloud-based solution aims to ease an expected testing and certification bottleneck as ATM liability shift deadlines approach.

Mercator issues ATM market benchmark report for 2014

The new report finds that, in many markets, added functionality at the ATM has made it a hub for self-service and assisted-service banking.

Global Payout bids to acquire prepaid-based mobile banking provider

Global Payout will purchase 100 percent of Maxie Mobile, a company that enables payments and ATM withdrawals from a prepaid mobile account.

Oberthur to acquire powered display card provider NagraID

NagraID technology enables secure access to the cloud, primarily for companies engaged in providing financial payments, and authentication and identification solutions.

Retailers petition Supreme Court to review debit fee cap ruling

Retailers dispute the appeals court ruling about fee caps, but seem to accept its ruling that one network each for signature and PIN debit is sufficient.

Israeli tech firm to assist Chinese banks with ATM physical security

Primary and secondary sensors will alert FIs to a wide spectrum of physical threats ranging from shaking the machine to attempting to blow it up.

Kaspersky study finds consumers nonchalant about data security

When it comes to protecting their personal and financial information online, consumers just might be their own worst enemy.

German bank adds protection against ATM malware upload

Newly integrated software allows only authorized code to run on the ATM network, so ING-DiBa can prevent attacks, rather than simply responding to them.

FTC proposed patent troll study gets go-ahead from OMB

The commission has congressional authority to collect nonpublic information from patent assertion entities, which will provide a better picture of their activities.

Research: 'Card malls' should be part of prepaid distribution strategy

The total dollar volume loaded through card malls grew 19 percent in 2013, and new research says growth will continue.

Should the ATM industry stay with Microsoft OS? Take the survey

A short survey asks whether the industry should migrate ATMs to a new Microsoft OS in 2020 ... or find a better alternative.

FNB, NCR take home award for ‘Best ATM and Kiosk Project in Africa’

FNB won the award for its successful implementation of the NCR SelfServ 4 slim line kiosk, using a custom platform that supports the FI's inclusion banking strategy.

RBI issues notice of fee structure change for India's ATMs

The Indian Banks' Association petitioned for a reduction in the mandated number of free transactions due, it said, to increasing costs to install and operate ATMs.

Supervalu the latest brand to report data breach

The company doesn't specify that PIN numbers were stolen, but refers to 'other numerical information' in the announcement that its POS system was compromised.

Indictment of Russian for card data theft 'a serious warning to cybercriminals'

Among other crimes, Roman Valerevich Seleznev is charged with operating carding forums — websites where criminals gather to sell stolen credit card numbers.

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