Cook’s Patent Pending Suspicious Activity Notification using smart camera is the solution…
The Risk and Issue: ATM skimming has been a huge issue with most financial institutions. Anti-skimming kits exist and are installed, then the criminals develop new ways around it. Such as cracking open the top hat and accessing the ATMs PC core to install Malware and then “jackpotting” the ATM, or draining it of its cash. Because most island unit top hats are not alarmed or have access control, thieves have found a weakness in these particular ATMs.
Add our patent-pending Suspicious Activity Notification (SAN) solution can provide a defense against all Suspicious Activity. SAN is a vendor agnostic and stand-alone system. Regardless of manufacture, current ATM service provider or security provider, or even if you are replacing an ATM, we highly recommend budgeting SAN into the replacement- protect yourself against 10’s of thousands in losses per incident for a fraction of the cost.
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Industry Disrupter: Cook Security Group’s patent-pending Suspicious Activity Notification (SAN) recently nailed a fraudster, then gift wrapped the video for law enforcement using Cook’s user-friendly Case Management tool via Cook Command Center.
ATM Jackpotting, Skimming & Malware attacks The RISK and ISSUE: A group of sophisticated ATM thieves continues to target Stand Alone ATMs across the Western US by “jackpotting” the ATM of its cash. In addition to “jackpotting”, thieves also attach various devices, which include skimmers as well as other types of fraudulent devices at the ATM.