Apple Pay, cybercrime and self-service innovation were top-of-mind in the ATM industry over the last month. But reader interest wandered over to low-tech topics, as well.
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.
Although the Internet remains consumers' top channel for banking, others — including ATMs and the branch — are regaining ground.
One-third of the participants in a recent study said their company doesn't have a mobile security program; of the two-thirds that do have a program, 75 percent of respondents said security is lax.
A panel of first movers in ATM innovation and branch transformation share some of the learnings they've acquired along the way.
When TEB bank of Turkey introduced transaction prestaging via mobile, it drove customer traffic from the branch to the ATM, reducing the burden on staff and creating a competitive advantage for the FI.
Bitcoin claims most of the headlines, but literally hundreds of other virtual currencies are vying for attention, as well.
In an omnichannel banking session, panelists discussed universal bankers and pods, migrating transactions to self-service devices, and making customers feel comfortable with it all.
Without a holistic approach to user and transaction verification we're only presenting an appearance of protection — one that will vanish when tested by sophisticated cybercrooks.
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IADs Cardtronics and Euronet churned out double-digit revenue increases; Diebold continued its turnaround; NCR grew revenues, but missed expectations.
The global ATM market will expand at a compound annual growth rate of 7.6 percent between 2014 and 2020, a new study reports.
The NCR technology has helped the Turkish bank achieve a 10 percent increase in first-visit resolution of ATM issues, the company says.
The Global Cybersecurity Index ranks Canada second for highest national commitment to cybersecurity, followed by Australia, Malaysia, and Oman.
The report provides a perspective on walk-in bill payment market transactions, dollar volume, and revenue, and highlights changing trends.
Banks are investing in advanced technology to reduce costs, increase sales and promote client satisfaction, the ATM-maker says.
A smaller-than-usual year-over-year increase in malicious files doesn't mean criminals are slacking off — it means they're becoming more selective with their attacks.
ATM transaction has volume declined by approximately 9.6 percent since the reinstatement of charges, according to figures from the nation's central bank.
VerifyValid Mobile Checkbook lets businesses and consumers write, approve, sign, receive and deposit checks directly from their Android-based mobile device.
In tests on machines from three major ATM makers, KAL achieved the fastest times ever recorded — beating even the manufacturers' own transaction times.
'The next stage will see attackers compromising the networks of banks and using that level of access to manipulate [ATMs] in real time,' a security expert predicts.
ATM fraud losses continue to migrate from EMV-enabled areas in Europe to non-EMV countries — and the bulk of them continue to occur in the US.
A new report from Mercator Advisory Group considers opportunities in real-time payments for US service vendors and financial institutions.
Yes, you read that right. What's more, the mobile network provider predicts that units will exceed 6.1 billion by 2020.
Of 634 IT professionals surveyed, nearly half said virtual currencies will be widely used within in five years, and that they eventually will overtake paper currencies.
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New research from London-based strategic research and consulting firm RBR shows that the installed base of EFTPOS terminals in the Asia-Pacific region expanded by 30 percent in 2013, putting the region in first place ahead of North America, which grew...