EAST EGAP holds 7th Meeting at Europol

The EAST Expert Group on ATM Physical Attacks (EGAP) - LogoThe seventh meeting of the EAST Expert Group on ATM Physical Attacks (EGAP) took place on Wednesday 8th March 2017 at Europol in The Hague.

EAST EGAP is a European specialist expert forum for discussion of ATM related physical attack trends, attack methodologies and counter-measures, threat protection, and for the provision of regularly updated lists of manufacturers of ATM protective devices.

The meeting was chaired by Mr Graham Mott and was attended by key representatives from ATM Deployers, ATM Networks, Security Equipment Vendors and Law Enforcement.

EAST EGAP, which meets twice each year, enables in-depth and technical discussion to take place. The areas covered include:

  • The latest incidents and criminal MOs
  • The collection and distribution of best practice guidelines
  • The evolution of threats and counter-measures
  • Lessons from and on law enforcement

The focus of the group is on topics and issues raised by EAST National Members, which represent 35 countries with an installed base of 1,411,870 ATMs. Outputs from EAST EGAP are presented to meetings of EAST National Members.

There will be an EAST EGAP workshop at this year’s EAST Financial Crime & Security Forum (EAST FCS 2017). On Day One of the event Graham Mott will cover ‘Traditional Attacks’, ‘Current Physical Attack Types’, ‘Counter-measures’ and ‘Banknote Degradation’.  The workshop is open to all those attending the Forum. On Day Two of the event there will be a presentation on the ‘Evolution of Explosive Attacks (Gas and Solid Explosives)’ from the Netherlands and a ‘Case Study on Countering Explosive Attacks’ from a Regional Intelligence Unit of the UK Police.

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