EAST FCS Terminal Fraud Seminar 2019

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An EAST FCS Terminal Fraud Seminar was held on 9th October 2019 in London, co-located with RBRs ATM & Cyber Security 2019 Conference. The interactive event followed the basic structure of work group meetings held by the EAST Expert Group on All Terminal Fraud (EGAF). This group, which meets three times a year, provides a platform for law enforcement and private sector experts to come together and share fraud information, trends and statistics in a structured manner.

terminal fraudAn introduction to EGAF by the Chair, Otto de Jong, was followed by a presentation by EAST Development Director Rui Carvalho, covering the latest EAST terminal fraud statistics from the H1 2019 European Payment Terminal Crime Report.  Tobias Wieloch of Europol then gave a high level view of the terminal fraud attack situation across Europe which was followed by threat assessments from around Europe:

  • NORTH – Nordics – Arnt Olav Rottereng – Evry
  • SOUTH – Italy – Veronica Borgogna – Bancomat SpA
  • EAST – Russia – Nikolai Dosh – Mastercard Members Association (MCMA)
  • WEST – UK – Ben Birtwistle – NatWest Bank Plc

terminal fraudThese were followed by an overview and demonstration of the Checkcard Software by Tobias Heckmann from the University of Applied Sciences in Bingen, Germany. This has been developed as an investigation tool to validate whether or not a smart card is genuine. The check is done off-line, either using software on a desktop or on an android phone.

terminal fraudThe event concluded with an update on logical security – Otto de Jong covered black box attacks and Terence Devereux of Diebold Nixdorf spoke about ATM malware attacks.

Attendance at the regular EAST EGAF work group meetings is limited and this event enabled active participation and input from a much wider pool of expertise.

More information on the event can be found on the EAST Events Website

EAST FCS Seminars – Sponsorship Announcement

EAST is delighted to announce that sponsorship opportunities are available for the upcoming EAST Financial Crime and Security (FCS) Seminars, which will take place at the Park Plaza, Victoria, London on Wednesday 9 October 2019.  A limited number of sponsorship opportunities are still available for each Seminar. For further details, visit our events website or click on the button below.

FCS Seminars

The EAST FCS Seminars are user-driven events aimed at professionals involved with identifying, preventing and detecting security risks and crime relating to ATMs and other self-service terminals, from a wide range of organisations including banks and police forces. Details of past FCS events can be seen on the Events page of this website.

FCS Seminars

The Financial Crime and Security Seminars will comprise two dedicated tracks:

Terminal Fraud Seminar (organised by the EAST Expert Group on All Terminal Fraud – EGAF)

ATM Physical Attacks Seminar (organised by the EAST Expert Group on ATM & ATS Physical Attacks – EGAP)

FCS Seminars


 

2019 EAST FCS ATM Physical Attack Seminar Sponsor

 


Co-location with RBR’s ATM & Cyber Security 2019

ATM & Cyber Security 2019 runs from 08:00 on 8th October to 14:00 on 9th October 2019, while the EAST Terminal Fraud and ATM Physical Attacks seminars run from 14:00 to 17:30 on 9th October 2019.

Please note: The RBR conference is a separate event and requires separate registration – see the RBR website for details and online booking.

EAST FCS Seminars 2018 – Update

FCSFollowing on from the success of past FCS Forums EAST is running two concurrent half-day open events (FCS Seminars) on 10th October 2018. They will be held in London and will be co-located with RBR’s ATM & Cyber Security 2018 conference at the Park Plaza Victoria hotel.

The FCS Seminars are open to all interested parties.  EAST has a dedicated Events website where details of the latest programme for each event can be seen, along with information on confirmed speakers.  These include Tobias Wieloch and Gertjan Kaijen from Europol, Daniel Zorzo López from Spain’s Guardia Civil, Ben Birtwistle from the Royal Bank of Scotland and forensic experts Brian Underhill and Nick Weber.

Attendance at EAST EGAF and EGAP meetings is limited due to the size of the Groups and this event enables a wider participation and the opportunity for all attendees to engage with the Groups and their organisers.  Act now to reserve your placeEarly registration discounts are available until 13th August 2018.

EAST Events would not be possible without sponsorship support.  To date the October 2018 EAST FCS Seminar sponsors are:

Interested in FCS Event Sponsorship?  Visit the sponsorship page of our Events website