Recent ATM jackpotting attacks, otherwise known as logical attacks, are a crippling threat to financial institutions and independent ATM deployers. Financial institutions and independent deployers can avoid becoming a victim of ATM jackpotting by exploring and instituting the protective measures outlined in this blog.
As threats to ATMs evolve so too do security measures. To keep ATM terminals secure, financial institutions and independent ATM deployers should explore the following easy to implement security options.
Technology is advancing at a rapid pace. Tasks that had to be done manually by branch staff a few years ago can now be automated ‒ increasing security, saving employees time, and optimizing efficiency and productivity to focus on providing accountholders with a more customized experience and cross-selling more profitable products and services. In addition, with security concerns at an all-time, high financial institutions are spending more to stay ahead of criminals. Here are the top five products on the market today that will allow institutions to increase security, enhance staff productivity and save money.
With never ending mandates, how can financial institutions offset the costs of upgrading their out of date ATMs or expanding their ATM fleet while reducing their environmental footprint? The solution: purchasing refurbished and refreshed ATMs. Financial institutions, that purchase refurbished ATMs can expect high-quality, compliant terminals for a fraction of the cost of purchasing a new one.
MVP Financial Equipment is proud to announce that Jay T. Patterson has joined the company as Director of Supply Chain Development and Support.
Mark Smith, Director of Business Development for MVP, started singing when he was 14 years-old and realized he had a bit of a talent for it. In fact, he had enough of a talent that he became part of a small band in Mississippi by the time he was 15. However, it was not until he was 21 that Mark became a part of “Change to Eden” and began to see real success.