Protection from ATM Malware: Cyber Security Applied to Banking

Protection from ATM Malware: Cyber Security Applied to Banking

Protection from atm malware

ATMs are often poorly monitored and little logical action is taken to protect the data in them. They are a weak link in a bank’s security system and the most appealing target for cyebercriminals.

How should banks and ATM operators best prevent attacks?

For ATMs, anti-malware technology is just not enough. ATM networks and systems need to be constantly available and so they require greater protection and a different approach.

Here is an overview of the articles published in the press on cybersecurity applied to banking and what banks can do to protect their ATM systems from cyber-attacks.

22/02/2021

Global Banking & Finance Review

Hackers can now empty out ATMs remotely – what can banks do to stop this?

18/02/2021

GRC World Forums (FinCrime Report)

PrivSec Job Focus: Elida Policastro, Regional Vice President for Cybersecurity, Auriga

18/01/2021

Finance Derivative

Assessing the current cybersecurity landscape: Cyber-attacks targeting banks

21/09/20

Global Fintech and Finance

Ensuring ATMs aren’t the weakest link to banking cybersecurity

11/09/2020

Banking Newslink

The current climate of the cybersecurity environment in banking-a view from Elida Policastro, regional VP–cybersecurity division at Auriga

10/08/2020

The Fintech Times

Understanding Cyber-Attacks on Banks and the Current Cybersecurity Landscape

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