The Asian Bankers Association (ABA) is inviting members, associates and friends to join the webinar on “IBNS, a new way to protect cash from ATM physical attacks” to be held on 3 March, 2021 at 9:00 CET; 16:00 Taipei time.
Jointly organized by the ABA and Oberthur Cash Protection, an ABA Associate Member, this webinar will explain the Intelligent Banknote Neutralization System (IBNS), a proven system effective against all types of physical attacks and which is also widely used to deter attacks at ATMs, during Cash Transportation and in Retail premises.
The presentation will offer insights into IBNS regulations together with the technology platform that create a safer environment for cash handling.
(1) Introduction to IBNS, an Innovative security solution to combat crime on cash.
(2) “Intelligent Banknote Neutralization System” (IBNS): Central Bank regulations.
(3) ATM Physical Attacks in Asia.
(4) Global experience of IBNS as an effective deterrent.
(5) Questions and Answers.
Mr Eric Hauw, Director of Sales & Marketing
Mr Paul Nicholls, Business Development Manager UK, North America.
Ms Ee Ling Ooi, Business Development Manager Asia-Pacific
Please register HERE
(space is limited to the first 500 participants)
The OBERTHUR Group is privately owned with headquarters in Paris, France; it is one of the world leaders in the design and production of banknotes and high security paper.
As part of the OBERTHUR Group, OBERTHUR CASH PROTECTION is a leader in the design and manufacture of protection solutions for both cash and valuables in the Cash-In-Transit, ATM and Retail markets throughout the world.
These solutions are based on technology that will detect an attempted attack or theft, and then protect the cash by permanently marking it as stolen, rendering it valueless so criminals will look for softer non-IBNS protected opportunities.
In this way, OBERTHUR CASH PROTECTION solutions help improve security and therefore contribute to a safer environment for both cash operatives and the public.
ABA encourages members, associates and friends to take advantage of this opportunity to learn from Oberthur’s knowledge and experience in addressing banknotes design and security issues. Should you have further questions, please write to email@example.com
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