The 26th Meeting of the EAST Expert Group on All Terminal Fraud (EGAF) took place on Wednesday 11th May 2022 at ING Bank in Amsterdam. This was the first in-person EGAF meeting since January 2020. The hybrid meeting was chaired by Otto de Jong from ING Bank.
It was attended by 26 key representatives from Terminal Deployers, Terminal Vendors, Networks, Card Schemes, Security Equipment and Software Vendors, Law Enforcement and Forensic Analysts. 10 people were in the room and there were 16 virtual participants.
Experts from the following organisations contributed to the meeting: Atruvia AG, Bits A/S, BKA, BVK, Cartes Bancaires (CB), Cennox, Damage Control, Diebold Nixdorf, Europol, Gendarmerie Nationale (IRCGN), GMV, Group-IB, INTERPOL, LINK Scheme, Mastercard, NatWest Group, NCR, Polish Bank Association, PSA, Swedish National Anti-Fraud Centre, TietoEVRY, TMD Security, and Worldline.
EAST EGAF, which meets three times a year in advance of each of the meetings of EAST National and Global Members, enables in-depth and technical discussion to take place on Logical and Malware attacks, Card Data Compromise and other issues relating to terminal fraud.
Discussion at the meeting focussed on two recent EAST Fraud Alerts relating to Active Shimmer (Wedge) / Relay attacks.
EAST EGAF generates EAST Fraud Alerts for all EAST Members (National, Global and Associate). In total 270 Fraud Alerts have been issued as can be seen in the table below.