EAST EGAP holds 14th Meeting

The 14th Meeting of the EAST Expert Group on ATM and ATS Physical Attacks (EGAP) took place on Wednesday 2nd September 2020.  Due to the Covid-19 situation, it was conducted as a virtual meeting and was chaired by Graham Mott of  the LINK Scheme.

The meeting was attended by 40 key representatives from Law Enforcement, Terminal Deployers, ATM Networks and Security Equipment Vendors.

  • Europol gave a central assessment of the ATM physical attack situation in Europe.
  • The ECB gave an update on the latest developments of its Intelligent Banknote Neutralisation (IBNS) Policy.
  • National Threat Assessments were shared by representatives from 15 countries:
CountryUpdate(s) Given By
AustriaPayment Services Austria (PSA)
CroatiaMUP - Ministry of the Interior
DenmarkPetersen-Bach
FinlandAutomatia
FranceGendarmerie - OCLDI
GermanyBKA
IrelandAn Garda Siochana
ItalyMIB
LuxembourgService de Police Judiciare
NetherlandsNational Police, ING Bank
PortugalPolicia Judiciare, Policia de Seguranca Publica
South AfricaSABRIC
SpainSpanish National Police, Guardia Civil, Autonomous Police of Catalonia
SwitzerlandFederal Office of Police (FEDPOL)
United KingdomSaferCash/West Midlands Police (ROCU)

Experts from the following organisations also contributed to the meeting:  ATM Safe, Barclays, Cennox, Diebold Nixdorf, Feerica S.A., HSBC, NCR, Oberthur Cash Protection, Professional Witnesses Group, Scotia Security Group, Spinnaker, TMD Security.

EAST EGAP is a European specialist expert forum for discussion of ATM and ATS 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 latest lists can be downloaded from the ‘Stained Banknotes’ page on this website (bottom of page).

The Group meets twice each year to enable 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

EAST EGAP holds 13th Meeting in The Hague

The 13th meeting of the EAST Expert Group on ATM and ATS Physical Attacks (EGAP) took place on Tuesday 3rd March 2020 in The Hague.

EAST EGAP is a European specialist expert forum for discussion of ATM and ATS 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 latest lists can be downloaded from the ‘Stained Banknotes’ page on this website (bottom of page).

The meeting was chaired by Mr Graham Mott of the LINK Scheme and was attended by key representatives from Law Enforcement, Terminal Deployers, ATM Networks and Security Equipment Vendors.  Europol gave a central assessment of the ATM physical attack situation in Europe and National Threat Assessments were shared by representatives from fifteen countries.

A presentation was given by ESTA, the Cash Management Companies Association and an update from the European Central Bank (ECB) was shared.

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

EAST EGAP holds 10th Meeting in The Hague

The tenth meeting of the EAST Expert Group on ATM and ATS Physical Attacks (EGAP) took place on Tuesday 4th September 2018 in The Hague.

EAST EGAP is a European specialist expert forum for discussion of ATM and ATS 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 latest lists can be downloaded from the ‘Stained Banknotes’ page on this website (bottom of page).

The meeting was chaired by Mr Graham Mott of the LINK Scheme and was attended by key representatives from Terminal Deployers, ATM Networks, Security Equipment Vendors and Law Enforcement.  Europol gave a central assessment of the ATM physical attack situation in Europe and National Threat Assessments were shared by representatives from twelve countries.

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

EAST EGAP meetings are restricted to working group members and, to provide a wider platform for sharing/discussion, the Group is holding a half-day open seminar in London on 10th October 2018.  Registration for this is now open and more information can be found on the EAST Events website.

EAST EGAP holds 9th Meeting at Europol

EAST EGAPThe ninth meeting of the EAST Expert Group on ATM and ATS Physical Attacks (EGAP) took place on Tuesday 6th March 2018 at Europol in The Hague.

EAST EGAP is a European specialist expert forum for discussion of ATM and ATS 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 latest lists can be downloaded from the ‘Stained Banknotes’ page on this website (bottom of page).

The meeting was chaired by Mr Graham Mott and was attended by key representatives from Terminal Deployers, ATM Networks, Security Equipment Vendors and Law Enforcement.  National threat assessments were shared by representatives from thirteen countries.

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

EAST EGAP meetings are restricted to working group members and, to provide a wider platform for sharing/discussion, the Group is holding a half-day open seminar in London on 10th October 2018.  Registration for this will soon be open and more information can be found on the EAST Events page.

EAST EGAP holds 8th Meeting in The Hague

EAST EGAPThe eighth meeting of the EAST Expert Group on ATM and ATS Physical Attacks (EGAP) took place on Wednesday 6th September 2017 in The Hague.

EAST EGAP is a European specialist expert forum for discussion of ATM and ATS 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 Terminal 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 36 countries with an installed base of 1,454,182 ATMs. Outputs from EAST EGAP are presented to meetings of EAST National Members.