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[WEBINAR] Deep insert skimming: Breaking news on attacks and defense

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Oct. 6, 2016

"Deep insert" skimming is a new fraud technique that has been described as the "biggest skimming threat facing the global ATM industry today" — and one that the industry is not prepared for.

Today's anti-skimming solutions that use jamming or detection give no protection against these new, smart, skimming devices that sit deep inside the ATM or SST card reader, secretly capturing data from thousands of cards.

The number of deep insert skimming incidents is rising fast and attacks are spreading from the U.K. and Europe to North America and Asia Pacific.

What can we do to protect consumer trust in the integrity of the ATM channel in light of this growing problem?

Join industry experts to discover more about deep insert skimming and the critical importance of active protection:

  • How is deep insert different from other skimming techniques?
  • Why don't jamming and detection anti-skimming solutions offer protection?
  • What is the best defense for ATMs and SSTs?

Meet the panelists

Claire Shufflebotham
Global Security Director

Claire has over 20 years' experience in the financial self-service industry in senior global product management and marketing roles including software, services, consultancy, physical and logical security and compliance.

Tom Moore
Managing Director North America

Tom has spent almost 30 years in the financial industry covering ATMs, payments and core banking and now specializes in ATM fraud management, working with financial institutions, deployers and partners.

Suzanne Cluckey
Editor, ATM Marketplace
Networld Media Group

Suzanne's professional experience includes news reporting and editing, corporate communications and marketing strategy. Her work has appeared in business and consumer publications around the world and has won local and national awards.

TMD Security GMBH

TMD Security is the global leader in anti-skimming solutions for ATMs and SSTs. TMD’s Card Protection Kit (CPK) protects over 350,000 ATMs worldwide. Headquartered in Switzerland, the organisation includes R&D and support in EMEA, APAC, North America and Latin America. New solutions include Active Dip Kit (ADK) and Card Protection Plate (CPP) that defends against ‘deep insert’ skimming and shimming.

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