ATM Security Training in Kiev
There are more than 2 million ATMs in the world. According to data of research company RBR in 2015 this number will exceed 3 million. However, a number of problems for banks and other financial institutions pose a range of criminal activities - card data theft, ATM cards capture or even ATM capture cases, and so on. In 2010, the damage to ATMs reach 268 million Euros. In addition, criminals are getting smarter, so focus on the security of ATMs is steadily increasing.
On September 8-9, 2011, in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, “ATM Security Trainings”, which are recognized and valued by the world banking sector, will be held. This training program, developed in conjunction with the ATM Industry Association (ATMIA), which unites over 2200 members from 60 countries worldwide, and is intended for bank managers who are creating ATM security strategy and to all those who wish to get additional information about ATM security, the most effective anti-crime ways and means of prevention. "ATM Security Training”, participants will have access to the latest crime statistics, the most popular methods of criminals and weaknesses of their positions, the most effective means of protection, sharing of know-how, will get the answers to all your questions.
At the trainings, in conjunction with ATM security experts, the representatives of Lithuanian company BS/2, which is the part of “Penki Kontinentai” group and ATMIA member since 2004, will take part. At the event they will present one of the most popular software solution in the company – ATMeye.iQ, belonging to ".iQ” product family. This is a comprehensive video monitoring solution, which reduces crime and vandalism risks, helping to resolve conflicts with customers, to manage the archive of images, allowing remote monitoring and control of the ATM network 24 hours a day.
ATMeye.iQ several times was assessed by ATMIA, as well as in the competitions "Lithuanian Product of the Year", "Lithuania's Innovation Award."
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