Keeping the importance of physical security for BFSI sector in mind Crux Center for Security Research and Events is organizing BFSI Physical
Security Summit. The summit will discuss issues related to the security of Retail Banks, ATMs, Cash Vans and Data Centers.
Networks and computer systems have always gained more importance when Banks have planned their security strategies. However,
physical security remains, even today, one of the first links a Bank must look to strengthen “Because that's where the money is.”
Physical security is vital to the security infrastructure of a Bank as it protects not only the information assets but also the most critical
assets, the employees. From robberies, to protests, to active shooters, banks must be aware of the various physical threats they face.
Similarly, security of cash in transit and ATMs cannot be ignored. ATMs have been identified by gangs as the weak link in the banks’ operations. as ATM networks have expanded worldwide, so has the sophistication of global crime. The combination of these factors has led to intensified security concerns at the ATM. Combating this issue requires consistent focus and global defense solutions throughout the ATM provider chain.