Chip-based palm biometrics are shaping up as the next gen of strong authentication.
In what is considered "the largest identity theft takedown in U.S. history," 111 individuals were indicted for "stealing the personal credit information of thousands of unwitting American and European consumers and costing individuals, financial institutions and retail businesses more than...
In a website research poll conducted by the European ATM Security Team (EAST) from July to September 2010 73% of the respondents would not use the technology, or were cautious about it. Once your biometric data information is taken and stored, how secure is it? Does the risk of such data compromise outweigh the benefits of ease of use?
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New York's Self-Service Expo highlights the â€˜nexts' in self-service tech.
Feig Electronics USA of Tucker, Ga., has announced the release of the company's second EMV contactless reader.
U.S. Bank announced in December that it was partnering with San Diego-based Mitek to bring a remote capture billpay solution to its customers.
Toshiba Corp. has announced its entry into the linear image-sensor market for banknote recognition applications, starting with a contact image-sensor module.
Lumidigm, an Albequerque, N.M.-based provider of biometric ID technology, announced today that it is providing fingerprint sensors for ATMs operated by Brazil's second largest state-owned bank, Caixa. Diebold Inc.
Payment processor Vantiv Inc. has chosen POS device-maker Ingenico as an equipment provider to its partners.
Celent LLC, a Boston-based research and advisory firm, has recognized ProfitStars as the leading provider of remote deposit capture (RDC) and branch image capture solutions, according to ProfitStars, a division of Jack Henry & Associates.Remote deposit capture is an electronic...
ORLANDO, Fla. - As part of its ongoing strategy to identify ways to help financial institutions realize cost savings and streamline operations, Diebold Inc.
PADERBORN, Germany — It is now even easier to input checks and banknotes into ATMs, according to a news release from Wincor Nixdorf. The new generation of Wincor Nixdorf's check- and cash-deposit modules can now do more than accept bulk deposits of up to 50 checks or 50 banknotes.
SC Magazine: A Turkish hacker known as "Chao" has been arrested by the FBI for his underground forum, DarkMarket, for which Chao produced his own training videos for the use of ATM skimmers, researchers revealed this week at the RSA...
LONG BEACH, Calif. — Epson, a supplier of value-added banking and payment solutions, announced that WAUSAU Financial Systems, a premier provider of payment processing solutions for financial institutions and corporate customers, has certified the Epson CaptureOne check scanner for its...
Hartford (Conn.) Courant: Maybe it's just George Gombossy's luck, but for the fourth time in a row he's had trouble with a new imaging ATM at Bank of America — this time on Farmington Avenue in Hartford, Conn. It took three tries before the ATM accepted his check for deposit.
AUBURN, ME — KICTeam, manufacturer of cleaning cards, has developed the Waffletechnology Cleaning Card for Epson's CaptureOne Check Scanner. According to a news release, the cleaning card provides CaptureOne customers with a way to clean all of the scanner's parts, including the transport, track, MICR head and scanner glass.
BURLINGTON, Mass. — CTS North America, provider of cash and check solutions for tellers, back offices, self-service systems and retail point-of-sale counters, is expanding its sales and marketing presence in North American. According to a news release, CTS North America...
Springfield Business Journal: Customers of Commerce Bank are experiencing the latest in ATM-deposit technology with the bank's rollout of its new fleet of Diebold Inc. Opteva ATMs. Commerce has upgraded its entire fleet of 402 ATMs in a five-state region.
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(Burlington, Vt.) WCAX-TV, Channel 3: A security breach at Hannaford Brothers supermarkets a few months ago continues to have a ripple effect. Now Chittenden Bank is reissuing about 15,000 MasterCard ATM and debit cards, after recent reports showed fraudulent activity on some of the cards.