Active protection for DIP - an industry first!

Active DIP Kit

 

ADK is an industry break-through! With ADK the jamming signal is active and constantly protecting the card data – with no need to rely on the detection of a skimming device. This is totally different to all other DIP anti-skimming technology. Because of the design of DIP card readers, all other solutions only offer passive protection for DIP. The jamming signal is only activated if and when a skimming device is detected and the ATM has to be taken out of service. This is not the case with ADK! 

ADK is available as Security Pack ADK. This Pack includes Active DIP Kit and Tilt and Vibration Kit with Metal Detection Kit as standard features.

        Need more details on ADK’s unique functionality and availability? Let us know!

 

 

 

How did Akbank stop skimming on 4,100 ATMs?

Case study

Akbank has over 4,100 ATMs across Turkey, 985 branches and over 13 million customers. NCR not only provides their ATMs but also their ATM software and they use Gasper ATM monitoring. In response to the growing industry challenge of ATM skimming and also a requirement from the Banking Regulation Board to protect their ATMs, Akbank have now deployed TMD CPK+ and SDK across their entire network. 


What is more, they also engaged NCR to integrate CPK+ and SDK into Gasper for real-time state-of-health monitoring and fraud management. TMD’s partnership with NCR and the commitment, collaboration and skills of the local NCR team made this a success!

“We are proud to be the first bank in Turkey with an effective defence against skimming…
Customer security and trust are our priorities.”
 

Mr Yesukan Akinti, Vice President - Akbank

 

 

Are your ATMs safe from card trapping?

Successful defence against card trapping starts here!

Card Trapping is not new! The original card trapping device was known as the ‘Lebanese Loop’, but there have been numerous different techniques since then and the number of incidents continues to rise. 

The European ATM Security Team (EAST) reported 5,394 incidents in 2013, up from 2,766 incidents in 2012, an increase of 98%. Losses totalled €4.7 million, with an average incident costing a deployer €866. However over and above hard cash losses, there is a serious risk of reputational damage and loss of consumer trust.

TMD has developed the Anti-Trapping Kit (ATK), a multi-vendor solution that can be used in combination with other TMD security features such as the Card Protection Kit (CPK+) or as a stand-alone feature.

And as the first line of defence for NCR ATMs, TMD has also developed the Anti-Trapping Bezel (ATB). The ATB contains the CPK+ jamming technology. Its new design and construction help provide resistance to physical attacks.

‘’These devices are amazing. Customer comments about the service status/captured cards/fraud etc. have reduced to almost nil. Simply put these devices are having an amazing positive impact on customers, staff, police, and anyone else who gets involved. “ (Branch Manager, London, UK Bank).

 

  

How did Denmark reduce skimming?

New TMD case study

The global cost of ATM skimming continues to rise, and according to the latest annual figures from EAST, the average losses associated with a skimming incident have risen 15% to €41,500 ($US 57,000).

So how have banks in Denmark managed to reverse these trends locally?

TMD Security and Fujitsu began their collaboration in 2012, and CPK+ has now been installed on approximately 1, 100 ATMs, almost 50% of Denmark's installed base. Those ATMs have been successfully defended against skimming and plans are underway to roll out CPK+ on more ATMs.

"Our clients trust us so we have to make sure we recommend the most effective anti-skimming solution. Independent testing, as well as actual results, prove that TMD's CPK+ delivers the best protection against all types of skimming". 

Claus Hansen, Client Executive Director, Fujitsu

 

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