Press Release: TMD Security Launches ATM Security Controller 7000

8 October 2018 – New TMD Locks, NEM© technology, Note Staining Kit 7000 and Card Protection Plate 7000 to be revealed at RBR’s ATM & Cyber Security 2018

AMSTERDAM – (BUSINESS WIRE) – TMD Security announced today that it will showcase its new ATM Security Controller (ASC) 7000, a single modular solution architecture that controls a complete suite of defences against card fraud, logical threats and physical attacks at RBR’s ATM and Cyber Security conference in London 9-10 October.

TMD Locks will also be demonstrated, the ATM industry’s first integrated key-less access control system for ATM top box, safe and secure room door. Insight from a recent global survey conducted by TMD Security shows that ATM deployers are looking to improve security and at the same time reduce the costs and management overheads associated with handling physical keys and controlling ATM access. TMD Locks is a fully certified solution that solves these challenges with fast, secure and cost-effective automated remote access control using one-time codes securely generated by the Hardware Security Module and sent via mobile phone.

The AI concept of NEM Technology, developed together with sister company TMS ATM Software, can potentially be used with TMD Locks for extra protection against unauthorised access to the ATM top box or safe.

‘Based on our global industry research, ATM deployers do not only want security solutions that successfully protect their ATMs and cardholders against potential attacks, but they also need to keep up-front investment and operational costs as low as possible, ‘said Cees Heuker of Hoek, Founder TMD Security. ‘ASC7000 solves these challenges because it is a single solution that controls all potential defences, to significantly reduce the cost of deploying and managing ATM security solutions.’

TMD Security will show its new Note Staining Kit (NSK) 7000 with passive shockwave technology that instantly ruptures in an ATM explosion and is proven in tests to stain 65.5% of the surface of the notes with ink.

Card Protection Plate (CPP) 7000 will also be on display, a new level of protection against deep insert skimming and shimming that is integrated into the ASC7000 architecture for real-time remote monitoring.

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