How to Secure An ATM Network

January 4, 2019

Exposed, unattended, and geographically dispersed, automated teller machines (ATMs) are among
a financial institution’s most vulnerable assets. Thus, they warrant best-of-breed security. The security platform protecting a bank network should include business-grade next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) guarding the network perimeter and a smaller, host-level NGFW for each ATM. It should also incorporate endpoint protection, sandboxing, and security management products. All these solutions must automate threat detection and response activities, integrate with one another to share threat information, and incorporate threat intelligence from a leading service. Meeting these requirements is a tall order, but finding the right solutions is necessary to secure cash repositories around the world. 

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