The ATM Industry Association, founded in 1997, is a global non-profit trade association with just under 5,000 members in 65 countries. The membership base covers the full range of this worldwide industry comprising over 2.2 million installed ATMs.
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New study correlates access to cash, opportunity

The ATM Industry Association has published a new study on the role of cash in financial inclusion. Access to Cash: the First Step toward Financial Inclusion presents an international picture of the importance of cash and ATMs in reaching 2...

Agenda, speakers announced for ATM & Payments Security 2017

The ATM Industry Association has announced the program and speaker lineup for the ATM & Payment Security 2017 conference to be held Sept. 19–20 in London at the Tower Hotel.

3 ways online content can help your ATM and payments business

Most business owners and marketers know about blogs, white papers and infographics. What they might not realize is how this type of ongoing research, news and development can serve their own business.

Call for entries: Bank Customer Experience tech awards

Networld Media Group now is accepting entries for awards to be presented during the Bank Customer Experience Summit, Sept. 18–20, at the Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile. Networld is seeking entries from innovative, consumer-focused financial institutions and fintech providers whose branches...

Universal cash deposit and recycling: kick-starting the next 50 years of success for ATMs

The move towards the extinction of bank branches will have many negative effects. Prominent among them is a reduction in convenient access to cash deposit and withdrawal facilities for both the public and businesses.

ATMIA paper offers a template for assessing ATM money-laundering risk

The ATM Industry Association has published a new position paper, Actual versus Perceived Risks of Money Laundering at White-Label ATMs in Canada. The publication presents a fact-based perspective on the real nature and degree of the threat of money laundering...

Lloyds to pilot test Windows 10 biometrics with customers

Lloyds Banking Group is collaborating with Microsoft to test biometric authentication with customers logging into Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland internet banking sites, according to a press release. Windows Hello offers the user instant access to Windows 10...

Report analyzes OS options for retail ATMs post-Windows CE

The ATM Industry Association has published a roadmap to help independent ATM deployers plan for the implementation of a new operating system after the sunset of WinCE systems six years from now. Windows CE Alternatives defines and describes the software...

Trade association urges ATM deployers to start planning for Windows 10

The ATM Industry Association has issued a call for ATM deployers to begin planning as soon as possible for migration to the Windows 10 operating system. This call to action forms part of the association's newly released "Windows 10 Readiness...

'Lock it up!': Best practices guide tackles ATM cabinet security

The ATM Industry Association has published a new guide documenting best practices for securing ATM cabinets and managing physical keys for cabinets. "In the cyber age, access to data and electronics within the ATM is just as much an attraction...

Latest ATM industry briefing addresses cybercrime threat

The ATM Industry Association has published a new briefing paper on cybercrime in the ATM industry, according to a press release from the trade group. "ATM Cyber Security Briefing Paper," describes existing types of cyberattack and security best practices to...

'What you gonna do in those shoes?'

Look for Betsy Bohlen next week at the ATMIA US in Florida. But don't look for her to be wearing 'cruel shoes.'

7 must-see sessions at the ATM industry's biggest annual conference

With so much to see and only so much time, there are tough choices to be made about what to take in at this year's ATMIA U.S. conference. But while you're penciling-in your calendar, here are a few items to consider adding in ink.

ATM industry groups caution against unintended consequences of complicated regs

Increasingly, it seems, local governments are joining Congress and state legislatures in the rush to regulate retail ATMs. Industry trade groups are imploring them to slow down and think hard about the unintended consequences of their well-meaning proposals. Last month...

It's a small world: How the ATM industry brought 3 friends together

Connections to the ATM industry — and a bit of serendipity — brought three women full circle from a tiny Catholic high school in New Orleans.

ATM fraud in the age of EMV

While credit unions, banks and other ATM owners and operators continue to migrate their machines to EMV technology, the question remains: Will EMV ultimately solve the serious problem of fraud?

Fewer industry stakeholders seeing rise in ATM crime, study finds

The ATM Industry Association has released the results of its 2016 annual fraud survey results. In a key finding, the study charted a year-over-year decline (from 51 percent to 42 percent) in the number of participants who said ATM crime was increasing. "This good news," ATMIA CEO Mike Lee said in a press release.

ATMIA, US Payments Forum team to offer EMV session at Orlando conference

The U.S. Payments Forum is partnering with the ATM Industry Association to present its third ATM EMV implementation workshop Feb.

ATM Marketplace: November's top 5 reads

November served up heaping helpings of innovation (branch transformation, cardless ATM access, brainstorming the self-service devices of the future) and contemplation (the ATM turns 50! And how does Cardtronics keep racking up those big quarterly earnings?) Here's what you might have missed.

Discounted rates for ATMIA US conference to run through Jan. 12

Early-bird registration continues through Jan. 12 for the ATM Industry Association 2017 U.S.

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