ATM & Cyber Security 2019

Park Plaza Victoria Hotel, London

8th-9th October 2019

ATM & Cyber Security 2019 is the world’s leading conference focused on physical and logical ATM security. The event comprises a high-quality speaker programme containing important contributions from leading banks, government and law enforcement agencies, solutions providers and a range of industry bodies. This is complemented by a vendor technology exhibition area where delegates can view the latest security products and services, share ideas and network with industry peers.

The event attracts 400+ banks and security experts from over 40 countries worldwide – click here to see a list of the 170 organisations represented at last year’s ATM & Cyber Security conference.

get involved

Exhibit or sponsor: 
email Amanda Hardy

Submit a speaker proposal: 
email Gillian Shaw

book online or email Lisa Luisi 

attending organisations

Media and press: 
request a press pass or
email Abigail Milne

ticket prices

Banks and IADs: 
£960 until 30/04/19
(normal price £1,200)

Others (suppliers etc.):
£1,360 until 30/04/19
(normal price £1,700)

Discounted rates for additional passes for sponsors and exhibitors available through online booking

media partners

Thank you to our official media partners:
• Banking Automation Bulletin
• Biometric Update • Financial IT
Fintech FinanceFinTech Futures
IBS Journal
• Payments Cards & Mobile

exhibiting and sponsoring

The floorplan to the right shows the availability of exhibition booths at the event. Please note that 75% of booths are already reserved, so now is the time to ensure you don’t miss out. For further details on our sponsors and exhibitors, please click on the floorplan to the right.

To discuss your requirements, or receive a conference prospectus for ATM & Cyber Security 2019, please contact Amanda Hardy.

speaker agenda

Click here to view the agenda for last year’s ACS18 conference.

Key themes:
AI in fraud prevention • Big data • Biometrics • Black box attacks • Cybersecurity • Gas/explosive attacks • Hacking • Industry cooperation and information sharing • Insider fraud • IoT-enabled security • Law enforcement • Machine learning • Malware • Note degradation • Regulation and security standards • Skimming • Social engineering • Video surveillance and behavioural analytics

To propose a speaker please email Gillian Shaw



organiser perspective

interview with NCR