Diebold Inc. has been chosen by Baloise Group, one of the largest insurance companies in Switzerland, to replace 40 of its Baloise Bank SoBa AG ATMs. The ATMs in this agreement will run Diebold's Agilis software.
NagraID Security, a Kudelski Group company, MasterCard Worldwide and Symantec Corp. have teamed up to introduce the MasterCard Display Card, which brings stronger authentication functionality on a payment card to the United States.
Oberthur Technologies will provide the non-profit cooperative with the technology needed for its EMV migration. While there is widespread adoption of the new technology worldwide, virtually none of the more than one billion chip cards in circulation are in the United States.
Shanghai International Financial Centre (IFC) in China’s Pudong Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone is implementing the Nextiva IP video portfolio from Verint Video Intelligence Solutions.
Under the terms of the new agreement Mobile Active Defense and SentryBay will apply its award-winning enterprise-level smartphone security software to its secure browsing technology on iPhones, iPads, Nokia/Symbian, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Google Android phones.
Gunnebo has appointed two new senior vice presidentsL Mats Johansson, who is heading operations in addition to his duties as country manager of China, and Tomas Wängberg, who will be senior vice president of busine area secure storage.
TransTech Systems Inc. introduced its M3T Cash Access Kiosk, which will help casinos offer their customers quick and easy access to cash.
Stiener began his career with the U.S. Secret Service, and he has overseen investigations at Interpol, GAO, Travelers Insurance and Citigroup.
Lumidigm has announced that Verimetrics has selected Lumidigm’s Mercury and Venus fingerprint readers as its preferred biometric platforms for SmartProfile deployments in a wide range of environments, including hospitals, emergency response vehicles and retail stores.
Wincor Nixdorf recently announced the top three trends that it expects U.S. retail banks to focus on this year.
Bank of America will upgrade its North American ATM management solution, which manages more than 17,000 terminals, with an availability management solution from Diebold Inc.— OpteView Resolve.
In his new position, Harris supervises digital forensics, cybercrime investigations and e-discovery in criminal, civil, regulatory and internal corporate matters.
DuPerrieu will directly supervise CSI's product managers responsible for Internet banking, document imaging, fraud-related services, print services, loan analytics and business intelligence software.
His responsibilities at HEIT will include ensuring that clients’ evolving technology and compliance needs are met through the company’s managed services, subject matter experts and support resources.
Wincor Nixdorf recently announced that, according to its recent survey, consumers are largely unaware of major security threats at their ATMs -- but would switch banks if another institution demonstrated that it provided more secure ATMs.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has joined in a new public-private partnership to spur cybersecurity innovation in the financial services sector.
March Networks recently announced that Banorte -- one of Mexico’s five largest national banks -- has selected the company’s video management software and hybrid NVRs to upgrade its existing surveillance systems across more than 1,100 branches.
When Main Street Bank in Wheeling, W.Va., wanted to streamline its fire alarm system, it turned to a long-time partner, Diebold. Consolidating the bank’s alarm and fire monitoring services under a single provider helped the bank operate more efficiently, and, in turn, provide a higher level of security to its customers and employees.
- By Brad Stephenson
- Oct 01, 2010
During the second quarter of 2010, there were 1,146 reported violations of the Federal Bank Robbery and Incidental Crimes Statute, a decrease from the 1,304 reported violations in the same quarter of 2009. According to statistics released recently by the FBI, there were 1,135 robberies, 11 burglaries, zero larcenies and one extortion of financial institutions reported between April 1, 2010 and June 31, 2010.
Security Products magazine, the only integrated product magazine reaching the entire security market, announced the winners of its 2010 New Product of the Year Award at the publication’s premiere Virtual Event today.