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Secure ATMs from Non-Physical Threats

June 24, 2020 | Ask-An-Expert Writeups | Networking and Network Devices | By Ondrej Krehel, IANS Faculty

Automated teller machines (ATMs) are lucrative targets that are difficult to defend. This report details the top non-physical threats to ATMs, as well as specific controls to put in place to keep both the machines and their networks secure.


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