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 ATM & Cyber Security 2018.

get involved

Exhibit or sponsor: 
email Amanda Hardy

Submit a speaker proposal: 
email Gillian Shaw

Attend: 
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 31/01/19 (normal price £1,200)

Others (suppliers etc.):
£1,360 until 31/01/19 (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 Finance FinTech Futures
IBS Journal 
 Payments Cards & Mobile

exhibiting and sponsoring

Thank you to all of our sponsors and exhibitors for helping make the 2018 event a tremendous success! 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:
Artificial intelligence • Big data • Biometrics • Black box attacks • Cybersecurity • Gas/explosive attacks • Hacking • Industry cooperation and information sharing • Insider fraud • Law enforcement • Machine learning • Malware • Note degradation • Regulation and security standards • Skimming • Social engineering • Video surveillance and analytics

To propose a speaker please email Gillian Shaw

overview

interviews

organiser perspective

interview with NCR