How to protect your customers
This includes precautionary measures to suppress manipulations to self-service devices, break-ins and attacks, e.g. cash access protection, safes and locks, locking concepts, security mirrors or the anti-skimming solution CPK+.
To protect the banknote recycling module against manipulation attacks, cryptographic encryption is carried out to the card reader and recycling module. It protects the communication between platform and hardware and prevents the readout of sensitive card data.
These are opportunities for early detection of illegal manipulations or breakups of ATMs, e.g. KEBA intrusion detection (door lock monitoring) or the KePlus Skimming Device Detection.
By securely recognizing duplicate withdrawals by the banknote validator, individual cassettes can be exchanged in place of the entire cartridge device. This results in lower process costs and lower costs for cash supply as well as a lower interest loss from tied capital and a savings potential for transported securities of between 10 and 40 percent.
The banknote validator recognizes not only duplicate withdrawals, but also reliably recognizes banknote serial numbers. Banknote backtracking is thus more efficient in terms of time and costs.