How to Make ATMs EMV-Compliant Without Breaking the Bank

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Jan. 11, 2013

Case Study

Debit card fraud is a huge problem in Canada. Interac, the country's EFT network, estimates that financial institutions reimbursed cardholders nearly $100 million in 2007 alone.

With more than 6,000 ATMs throughout Canada and an impending deadline to make its machines EMV-compliant, Access Cash faced a substantial challenge. Some estimates peg that cost at $1,800 per machine.

This case study, sponsored by Triton, discusses how customers can make the change while managing costs, including:

  • Hardware upgrades
  • Refurbished ATMs
  • New ATMs

Topics: EMV , Installation / Deployment , Security

Companies: Triton


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