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 340 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 Dominic Hirsch
- to submit a speaker proposal, please email Stephen Reinhardt
- to attend, please book online or email Joanne Kumire

Ticket prices are as follows:
- Bank £700 +vat
- Other (IAD, processor, supplier etc.) £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. The exhibition area is now officially sold out, but please contact us for further details on sponsorship and branding opportunities at the event or to join the waiting list for an exhibition booth

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

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
   Richard Riley, Director for Serious and Organised Crime, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism, Home Office (UK)
• Security considerations in a new banking era
   Michael Graham, Head of Branch and ATM Banking Technology Strategy, Wells Fargo (USA)
• Building security into ATMs of the future
  Aravinda Korala, CEO, KAL ATM Software (UK)
• Fraud Trends - an international scheme perspective
  James Eldon, Senior Manager, Risk Product Development, Visa (UK)
• Tackling the rise of gas attacks in Europe
  Simon A. de Witte, Senior Sourcing and Contract Manager, ABN AMRO (Netherlands)
• Combatting 'Black Box' attacks on ATMs
  Nicola Sotira, Information Security Officer and General Director of the Global Cyber Security Center (GCSEC), Poste Italiene (Italy)

SKIMMING, FRAUD AND PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
• Skimming in America - and a call for global partnership
  Mark Solomon, Detective, Financial Crimes Task Force, US Secret Service (USA)
• Stop fraud before it happens and keep your assets safe
  Thomas Johansen, Business Development Director, Danske Bank (Denmark) and Matt Leyes, Vice-President of Sales, Europe, March Networks (Canada)
• Fighting financial attacks in Kosovo
  Besim Karaqa, Senior Security, ProCredit Bank and Chairman of the Security Committee of the Kosovo Banking Association (Kosovo)

ANTI-CYBER CRIME STRATEGIES FOR BANKS
• Social engineering - how attackers breach your system
  Tara Reid, Detective, FALCON division, Metropolitan Police (UK)
• Mapping and Quantifying the Threat
  Kevin Jones, Business Engagement Lead, Threat Intelligence, JPMorgan Chase (UK)
• Using AI and machine learning within cyber defence 
  David Hamilton Brown, CIO, British Arab Commercial Bank (UK) and Steve Soar, Commercial Director, Darktrace (UK)

PROTECTING THE BRANCH AND ATM NETWORK FROM GAS AND EXPLOSIVE ATTACKS
• Protecting ATMs from robberies
  Mirko Siepmann, Board Member, Bankhaus August Lenz (Germany)
• Splashing the cash and criminals to deter ATM crime in communities
  Andy Pope, Head of Risk, The Co-op (UK) and Florian Mattinson, Managing Director, SmartWater (UK)
• Countering explosive attacks in the UK
  Adrian Roberts, Detective Constable, West Midlands Regional Organised Crime Unit (UK)

PROTECTING ATMS FROM HACKING AND MALWARE
• Understand the threats from ATM malware
  David Sancho, Senior Anti-Malware Researcher, Forward-looking Threat Research Department, Trend Micro (Spain) and Juan Jesús León, Director of the Products Business Unit, GMV (Spain)
• Using ‘big data’ analytics to foresee logical attacks
  Fabrizio Pinna, ATM Network Manager, Bradesco (Brazil)
• The future of ATM malware
  Aris Vilorio, Sales and Commercial Manager, G4S (Dominican Republic) and Rafael Revert, Chief Technology Officer, Cyttek Group (Panama)

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


Day 2: Wednesday 11th October 2017

HOLISTIC APPROACHES TO PHYSICAL AND CYBER STRATEGY
• Preventing ATM cyber attacks in Brazil
  Jaques Rosenzvaig, Managing Director, TecBan (Brazil)
• ATM security challenges in Pakistan
  Hussein Hassanali, Chief Information Security Officer, Bank AL-Habib (Pakistan)
• Expert Panel - how effective is video surveillance at protecting ATMs?
  Jaques Rosenzvaig, Managing Director, TecBan (Brazil), Peter Strom, CEO, March Networks (Canada) and Martin Koffijberg, Business Development Director, Axis Communications (Netherlands)

FIGHTING BACK WITH BIOMETRICS AND OTHER TECHNOLOGIES
• Biometrics on payment cards - next generation transaction security
  Neil Thompson, Chief Operating Officer, Absa Card and Payments, Absa Bank (South Africa)
• Unifying vendor responses to ATM crime
  Uwe Krause, President, ATM Security Association (Germany) and Nick Aveyard, Cassette Security Working Group Leader, ATM Security Association (UK)
• Biometrics for ATMs and unattended banking terminals
  Alan Goode, Managing Director, Goode Intelligence (UK)

FIGHTING BANKNOTE FRAUD AND OTHER CASH CRIME
• ATM explosive attacks - how new shockwave technology helped stop bombings in South Africa
  Henco Bezuidenhout, Explosives Expert, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa) and Mike Robson, Founder, Secure Banking Technology, TMD Security (South Africa). Session introduced by Claire Shufflebotham, Global Security Director, TMD Security (UK)
• Counterfeiting - cash vs cashless
  Martin Furbach, Forensic Document Examiner, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)
• Expert panel – ATM and banknote protection
  Henco Bezuidenhout, Explosives Expert, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa), Clive Nation, CEO, Cennox (UK), David Milner, Chairman, EURIPCA (UK) and Patrice Rullier, Managing Director, Oberthur Cash Protection (France)

HOW REGULATION AND COLLABORATION ARE AIDING CRIME PREVENTION
• The Dutch approach to physical ATM attacks
  Bastiaan Beens, Security Affairs Manager, ING (Netherlands) and Bart Willemsen, National Lead, High Impact Crime, Dutch National Police (Netherlands)
• #SafeCard - a Ukrainian answer to cyber threats targeting cardholders
  Olesya Danylchenko, Deputy Director, Ukrainian Interbank Payment Systems Members Association, EMA (Ukraine)
• CIT Security - the latest threats to cash in transit
  Thierry Lebeaux, Secretary General, ESTA (Belgium)

CLOSING KEYNOTES
• Expert opinion from the NCSC
  Confidential Speaker, NCSC Senior, National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) (UK)
• Security Culture
  Alex Petsopoulos, Partner, Cyber Security, PwC (UK)
• A research-based view of physical and cyber fraud trends
  Tom Hutchings, Principal, RBR (UK)

16:00 Closing remarks

 
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