Susan Kohl, president of ThoughtKey, hosted the presentation "PCI: What it is and Who Does it Apply to?" where she discussed PCI programs and basics, deadlines and the role the ATM will play in the whole PCI dynamic.
Nautilus Hyosung and TNS Smart Network, which recently announced EMV certification for the Monimax 5000CE, say Nautilus Hyosung is the first company to attain EMV certification for a white-label ATM in Canada.
The Monimax 5000CE with promotional topper.
Carlos Siewczynski, vice president of North American retail sales for Nautilus Hyosung, shows attendees how the new EMV-compliant ATM works.
Attendees swap stories on the exhibit hall floor.
Attendees on a break.
Jayne DeMerchant of The DPL Group speaks with an attendee.
Triton highlighted some of its ATMs, which also have moved toward EMV compliance. During the conference, Triton announced that its RL2000 is now EMV chip compliant.
Tranax, which during the ATMIA East show in Nashville highlighted its renewed focus on innovative products and services, showcased its retail ATMs.
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Steve Weeks, left, of ACAL, a European ATM security provider that specializes in anti-skimming technology, explains his product to an attendee.
NCR Corp. highlighted some of its EMV solutions, as well as retail products for the Canadian market.
Sharon Lane of ATMIA shared membership information with attendees. This year’s ATMIA Canada show is the largest and best-attended event the association has had in the last two years.
From left are Peter Zoumboulakis of Open Solutions Canada and Bof Rose of the Summit Group Inc., an ISO that works with Open Solutions.