The future of ATM malware

GMV and Trend Micro jointly present in London a paper dealing with the future of ATM malware

During ATM & Cyber Security 2017 in London, GMV and Trend Micro jointly gave a presentation dealing with a thought-provoking and forward-looking subject: "The future of ATM malware".

On earlier occasions GMV had spoken about how ATM malware has been evolving over time. This time, however, GMV, together with the research department of Trend Micro FTR (Forward-looking Threat Research), put forward a hypothesis about how this type of malware is likely to evolve in the medium term. Juan Jesús León, Product and New Development Manager of GMV Secure e-Solutions, and David Sancho, Anti-Malware Researcher of Trend Micro, set up a model of the current ATM malware scenario based on how each one of the various types of malware might attack.

During the event GMV’s experts were present in the exhibition hall, showcasing their world leading product checker ATM Security. This inhouse GMV product has been protecting ATMs from cyberattacks for over 10 years now, and its currently safeguarding the security of over 120,000 ATMs in 33 countries.

About ATM & Cyber Security

ATM & Cyber Security, organized by RBR (Retail Banking Research) is considered to be the world’s leading conference on physical and logical ATM security. This year’s event attracted an all-time-high turnout of 400 delegates, representing more than 150 organizations from over 40 countries worldwide.

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GMV and Trend Micro jointly present in London a paper dealing with the future of ATM malware