ATM Marketplace: January top 5

| by Suzanne Cluckey
ATM Marketplace: January top 5

Network management, the menace of malware, the future of fraud, Fed findings on payments and a fight between ATM industry heavyweights over patent claims. These were the top-of-mind topics for readers as we rang in 2017, the year the ATM checks off its first half-century.

5. Is your ATM network working as efficiently as possible?

As the banking industry increasingly embraces trends such as self-service, the ATM network is becoming more crucial than ever before to a bank's branding.

Today's solutions offer a huge range of transactions. Therefore, ATMs need to work as effectively as possible.  read more ...


4. ATM industry insights from the Fed's payment study

Under the cover of pre-holiday bustle, the Federal Reserve quietly released its 2016 study of how we Americans pay.

While the Federal Reserve Payments Study 2016 largely excludes cash — the dominant payment method for gifts and purchases under $60 — it does contain a few nuggets worth pondering.  read more ...


3. No rocket science required: 3 ways ATM deployers can defeat Ploutus-D malware

The U.S. security firm FireEye Inc. called Ploutus-D "one of the most advanced ATM malware families we've seen in the last few years." However, any one of three commonsense safeguards can defeat it. And one precautionary measure can make it far more difficult for criminals to program ATM malware in the first place.  read more ...


2. ATM fraud in the age of EMV

FICO reported ATM skimming increased by nearly 550 percent from 2014 to 2015. U.S. News & World Report reports up to $2 billion a year may be lost to skimming. 

While ATM owners and operators continue to migrate their machines to EMV technology, the question remains: Will it solve this very serious problem?  read more ...


1. The Diebold-Hyosung ATM patent war: Win, lose or draw?

The longest boxing match with gloves went 110 rounds and lasted seven hours and 19 minutes before being called a draw because the fighters were too exhausted to continue.

One wonders whether the patent bout between Diebold Nixdorf and Nautilus Hyosung America might go the same way. read more ...

Topics: Trends / Statistics

Suzanne Cluckey
Suzanne’s editorial career has spanned three decades and encompassed all B2B and B2C communications formats. Her award-winning work has appeared in trade and consumer media in the United States and internationally. She is now the editor of and wwwView Suzanne Cluckey's profile on LinkedIn

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