The programme for the 2019 EAST FCS Seminars is now available.
Two concurrent seminars will be held on 9th October 2019:
EAST FCS Terminal Fraud Seminar (organised by the EAST Expert Group on All Terminal Fraud (EGAF)
This interactive event follows the basic structure of EAST EGAF Member meetings. An introduction to the Group will be followed by a presentation of the latest EAST Fraud Statistics (H1 2019) and a high-level overview of the European situation by Europol. Then a session will then focus on the terminal fraud situation in four countries/regions, followed by a short discussion. This will be followed by a practical demonstration of Project Checkcard, aimed at checking the validity of EMV cards, followed by a session topic still tbc. Attendance at EAST EGAF meetings is limited due to the size of the Group and this event enables a wider participation and the opportunity for all attendees to engage with the Group and its organizers.
EAST FCS ATM Physical Attacks Seminar (organised by the EAST Expert Group on ATM & ATS Physical Attacks (EGAP)
This interactive event follows the basic structure of EAST EGAP Member meetings. An introduction to the Group will be followed by presentation of the latest EAST Physical Attack Statistics (H1 2019) and recent attack definitions, and a high-level overview of the European situation. Then a session will focus on the ATM physical attack situation in five countries, which will be followed by a session on banknote infrared recognition. The event will conclude with a Q&A session on all attack types and counter-measures. Attendance at EAST EGAP meetings is limited, as it is a working group, and this event enables a wider participation and the opportunity for all attendees to engage with the Group and its organizers.
Otto de Jong, of ING Bank and Chair of EAST EGAF, will host the Terminal Fraud Seminar and chair the discussion on Threat Assessments – Europe;
Tobias Wieloch, of Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), will provide an overview of terminal fraud in Europe from Europol’s perspective;
Arnt Olav Rottereng, of EVRY ATM Services, will update on the terminal fraud situation in the Nordics;
and Tobias Heckmann, Software Developer at the University of Applied Sciences Bingen, will present and demonstrate Project CheckCard, an investigation tool designed to assist law enforcement to validate whether or not a smart card is genuine.