ATM fraud expands beyond skimming and that's bad news for credit unions.
ATM Industry Association issues call to action to implement international ATM security best practices to tackle fraud threats.
While credit unions see ATM crime falling, there's an increasing concern about security.
Visa and Mastercard decison to delay EMV fuel pump migration three years is a fraud concern for credit unions.
Skimming overlay devices fit over existing EMV-enabled POS devices and exploit customers who opt to swipe instead of dip.
A multi-pronged approach to ATM protection is the most effective way to fight skimming.
Fraud at Southern California 7-Eleven stores and Wells Fargo ATMs prompt some credit unions to block or reconsider member access.
Current security tools are ineffective at stopping even commodity threats, let alone targeted attacks.
ATM manufacturer says it’s aware of the new EMV card skimming device discovered on one of its machines.
A 20-year-old waitress at a Washington state Red Robin has been arrested for alleged credit card skimming and King County authorities give credit to BECU, the $11.5 billion institution in Tukwila, Wash., for the information that broke the case.