ATM & Cyber Security 2017

Park Plaza Victoria Hotel, London
10th-11th October 2017


ATM & Cyber Security 2017 (formerly 'ATM Security') is the world's leading conference focused on physical and logical ATM security. The event attracts over 350 delegates, representing more than 140 organisations from over 40 countries worldwide.

The event comprises a speaker programme containing important contributions from retail banks, law enforcement agencies, hardware and software providers and a range of industry bodies. This is complemented by a vendor technology exhibition area where delegates can view the latest ATM security products and services, share ideas and experiences and network with colleagues in the industry. The event focuses both on physical ATM security and newer cyber and logical security threats.

There are three main ways of getting involved in ATM & Cyber Security 2017:
- to exhibit or sponsor, please email Emily Camara
- to submit a speaker proposal, please email Stephen Reinhardt
- to attend, please book online or email Joanne Kumire

Ticket prices are as follows:
- Banks £560 +vat (until 31/05/17 - normal price £700 +vat)
- Suppliers/Others £1,280 +vat (until 31/05/17 - normal price £1,600 +vat).

For industry suppliers, the conference offers unparalleled access to key banking personnel and the chance to demonstrate thought leadership, enhance brand reputation and showcase new products and services. Get in touch if you would like further details on exhibiting or sponsorship opportunities.

Media partners: Banking Technology  |  Card & Payments World Cyber Defense Magazine  |  Financial IT  |  Fintech Finance  |  FStech Infosecurity Magazine  |  Payments Cards and Mobile  |  Payment Week  |  Techfoliance

The provisional 2017 speaker agenda is shown below - it will continue to be updated over the coming months, so please return to this page for the latest version. You can also download the conference brochure, which contains a more detailed agenda. To get a flavour of what it is like to attend the event, please view the photos of the 2016 conference.

Day 1: Tuesday 10th October 2017

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

• The responsibility of government for tackling cyber crime
  Home Office, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism (UK)
• Security considerations in a new banking era
  Wells Fargo (USA)
• Fraud trends: an international scheme perspective
  Visa (UK)
• Skimming in America: and a call for global partnership
  US Secret Service, Financial Crimes Task Force (USA)
• Profiling the new breed of cyber criminals
  National Cyber Security Centre, NCSC (UK) – TBC
• How to protect the ATM channel
  Citibank (USA) – TBC

SKIMMING TRENDS, AND THE RISE OF ‘DEEP INSERT’

• Effectively protecting the customer PIN
  Royal Bank of Scotland (UK) and PIN Guard (UK)
• Making customers feel safe
• Protecting ATMs from ‘deep insert’ skimming

ANTI-CYBER CRIME STRATEGIES FOR BANKS

• Creating an effective cyber defence strategy
  JPMorgan Chase (USA) – TBC
• Social engineering: how attackers breach your system
  Metropolitan Police FALCON division (UK)
• How safe is your system, really?

PROTECTING THE BRANCH AND ATM NETWORK FROM PHYSICAL ATTACKS

• Tackling the rise of gas attacks in the Netherlands and Germany
  De Volksbank (Netherlands) – TBC
• Keeping branch staff safe by creating a secure cash management strategy
  Belfius Bank (Belgium) – TBC
• ATM explosive attacks: how new shockwave technology helped stop bombings in South Africa
  Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa) and TMD Security (UK)

PROTECTING ATMS FROM HACKING AND MALWARE

• Using ‘big data’ analytics to foresee logical attacks
  Bradesco (Brazil)
• Adapting to new threats in ATM logical security
• How secure is your ATM from becoming a ‘Jackpot’?
  City of London Police (UK) – TBC

17:30  Closing remarks and drinks reception (everyone invited!)


Day 2: Wednesday 11th October 2017

FIGHTING BACK WITH BIOMETRICS AND OTHER TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

• Biometrics for ATMs and unattended banking terminals
  Goode Intelligence (UK)
• Biometrics on payment cards – next generation transaction security
  Absa Bank (South Africa) – TBC
• Expert panel: How effective is video surveillance at protecting ATMs?
  Axis Communications (Sweden) and March Networks (Canada)

HOW REGULATION AND COLLABORATION ARE AIDING CRIME PREVENTION

• Unifying vendor responses to ATM crime
  ATM Security Organisation (Netherlands)
• #SAFECARD – Industry collaboration against cyber crime and payment fraud
  Ukrainian Interbank Payment Systems Members Association (EMA) (Ukraine)
• Fighting financial attacks in Kosovo
  ProCredit Bank and the Security Committee of the Kosovo Bank Association (Kosovo)

FIGHTING BANKNOTE FRAUD AND OTHER CASH CRIME

• Counterfeiting: Cash vs Cashless
  University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
• CIT security – the latest threats to cash in transit
  ESTA (Belgium)
• Expert panel: ATM and banknote protection
  3SI (USA), Cennox (UK) and Oberthur (France)

HOLISTIC APPROACHES TO A PHYSICAL AND CYBER STRATEGY

• Layers of Defence
  Bank of Montreal (Canada)
• Preventing ATM cyber attacks in Brazil
  TecBan (Brazil)
• Protecting client data: a new age of exposure

THREAT ASSESSMENT - ATTACKS FROM ALL THE ANGLES

• Hacking – a constantly evolving threat
  Federal Bureau of Investigations, FBI (USA) – TBC
• Hunting Cobalt - logical attacks on ATMs and payment processing
  Group-IB (Russia)
• A research based view of physical and cyber fraud trends
  RBR (UK)

16:00 Closing remarks

 
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