3 surefire ways to protect your ATM network

Compromised ATMs are costly in terms of monetary loss and reputational damage. ATM network operators must protect themselves and their customers with a multilayered security approach that takes into account all types of attack.

CONNECT Summit to tackle mobile technology's impact on restaurants, retail

Jayson Tipp, Nikki Baird among the keynote speakers for the fourth annual executive event.

The ATM at 50, part 1: How do you innovate after half a century?

Is today's ATM an innovative technology or an 'old school' invention fighting its inevitable decline? If we all work together to transform the machine rather than simply update it, we can sidestep the commoditization nipping at our heels.

ATM malware attacks: Head them off at the BIOS

As the number of malware attacks on ATMs grows, it becomes increasingly urgent to protect the machine's bios against unauthorized access. And as ATM Marketplace discovered, the benefits can extend well beyond ensuring BIOS security.

How the ATM helped one man live the American dream

When Sam Kandah finally got the opportunity to immigrate to the US, he made the most of it. He says being in the right place at the right time helped, but it takes more than luck to build a business that operates 15,000 ATMs and provides end-to-end services.

NAC serves up a new ATM survey and spins an old fallacy

The National ATM Council has repeatedly said that big banks control FICO and use it as a propaganda tool to make retail operators look bad. Yet, the hard data they use to back up their claim actually proves them wrong.

Staying the same can mean getting passed by

Implementing new technology can be difficult and costly. However, refusing to make changes can cripple your business as the competition adopts the latest innovations — potentially affecting your locations and ATM users.

3 tips to successful deployment of deposit automation

Though the concept of depositing cash or checks at the ATM is not new, many community banks and credit unions are revisiting its benefits as they work toward their branch transformation goals. Here's how to roll it out successfully to employees and consumers.

Providing cash, replacing the branch: The glorious future of the humble 'hole-in-the-wall'

John Shepherd-Barron was just looking for a way to get cash from his local bank branch at times when the premises were otherwise closed for business. The "hole-in-the-wall" was his answer. And what a brilliant answer it turned out to be.

The traditional branch: Not everyone's 'piece of cake'

Here's the message for banks: If you truly want to market new products and continue to effectively pursue cross-selling and upselling opportunities, put distance between what has served you in the past and move more quickly to tap the changing patterns of society.

For Cardtronics, 'a choppier year than usual' ahead

After a long run of smooth sailing, Cardtronics hits choppy waters in Q1 as it navigates software issues, EMV and the integration of its largest-ever acquisition halfway around the world — all while tacking toward a new growth phase as a provider of in-branch ATMs.

London calling: ATMIA retools and makes ready for ATM & Cash Innovation Europe

It seems especially appropriate that the ATM Industry Association would give its conference in London a complete refresh as the industry celebrates the 50th anniversary of the installation of the first modern ATM in that same city.

The tyranny of economic morons

It seems the only real requirement for election to public office anymore is the complete and utter ignorance of basic economics. The latest poster child has to be Illinois State Rep. Arthur Turner, who has introduced a bill to cap all ATM charges in the state at $1.

The ATM at 50: Still evolving ... or slipping toward extinction?

Proponents of the cashless economy see ATMs as dinosaurs. However, the ATM retains one great advantage in that it is a channel fully under the bank's control — from the make and model of the device to its location and the security of the transactions it performs.

ATM Marketplace: April Top 5

When it rains it pours ... All sorts of topics caught readers' interest in April, from regulations to revenues to the reasons why financial institutions are starting to get seriously interested in blockchain technology. Once again, though, it was the subject of cardless ATM access that made the biggest splash.

Why NAC should stop quibbling about ATM skimming stats

Arguments over whose ATMs are more likely to be skimmed are slipping into irrelevance as the industry faces its final EMV deadline four months from now and consumers learn more about what that means.

The Swedish Bankomat in the early history of the ATM

Though not widely remembered today, the Bankomat — installed within a week of the first De La Rue machine at Barclays Bank in June 1967 — played an important role in the history and development of the modern ATM.

How Chinese exchanges influence bitcoin

Bitcoin was designed to be free from control by any one institution. But as mining and buying activity become concentrated in China, a country whose government wields absolute power, it's getting harder to argue that bitcoin is decentralized and borderless.

Why consumers still love cash

With so many "more convenient" options available, why do people continue to rely on hard currency?

For NCR, it's off to the races in Q1

ATM revenues were a notable weak spot in the first quarter of 2017, but NCR got off to a strong enough start overall that executives were able to announce with confidence that full-year revenues would exceed their earlier expectations.

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