ATMs have long been a physical target for criminals who take a "smash and grab" approach. However, with the growing sophistication of organized crime, self-service cash machines are increasingly becoming the targets of high-tech fraud. Malware—such as Trojan.Skimmer, which steals card and PIN data, and Ploutus, which can be used to trigger cash withdrawals via text messages—is becoming a significant threat to financial institutions.
To protect your ATM network from fraud, the banking security experts at Positive Technologies have developed a series of hands-on vulnerability assessments that look at the entire ATM environment. We can identify software, hardware, and communication protocol vulnerabilities that are exploited by the likes of Trojan.Skimmer and Ploutus attacks, so you can block unauthorized cash withdrawals and protect payment card data. In addition, we can develop custom tools to demonstrate the potential likelihood and impact on your business of attacks related to the vulnerabilities we find.