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June 12th-13th, 2018: The ATM & Payments Security conference in London, UK

May 30, 2018 Share Source

From 12th-13th June 2018, the ATM & Payments Security Conference will be taking place at The Royal Lancaster in London, UK. This will be ATMIA’s 18th annual security event, this time focusing on ensuring on-going customer trust in ATMs.

Who should attend?

Security management in the ATM, cash and payments sectors, including banks, independent deployers, cash-in-transit operators, cash management, network processors, card brands, ATM vendors, security solution suppliers, security consultants, banks and law enforcement agencies.

What are the benefits of attending?

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the global threat landscape
  • Increase your protection levels against current threats
  • Proactively prepare for new emerging threats
  • Find out from a leading criminologist what ATM offenders really think of our industry security solutions
  • Find out how best to deal with global cyber security attacks
  • Anticipate fraud migration trends
  • Get the latest ideas and information from the world’s top security experts in financial services and the cash industry
  • Network with an international audience of industry executives facing the same challenges
  • Check out the latest security solutions and defensive technologies in the industry in a world-class trade exhibition hall
  • Network with leading law enforcement agencies working with ATMIA to combat ATM and payment fraud

Confirmed speakers at the 2018 event so far include:

  • Alexander Resch, Interpol: "A survey of financial services crime threats, including ATMs"
  • Terence Bourke, Cardtronics: "Securing independent ATMs and providing a trusted interface with customers"
  • Tony Blake, City of London Police & Metropolitan Police Force - "An overview of cash machine, card and card-not-present fraud trends"
  • Graham Mott, LINK Scheme: “An update on ATM physical security (including black box attacks) in UK and Europe
  • Kalyani Pillay, South African Banking Risk Information Centre: "The successes of the SABRIC model for managing ATM and card crime in South Africa"


Royal Lancaste Lancaster Terrace
London W2 2TY
United Kingdom

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Last Updated: Nov. 8, 2019

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