BAI Webinar: ATM Security

Tactics for Protecting Your ATM Fleet

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Complimentary BAI Webinar presented by:

RECORDED: May 23, 2019
TIME: 1:00 - 2:00 PM CT

From ATM jackpotting to skimming, attacks on ATMs are intensifying and grabbing worldwide attention. These attacks have prompted the industry to refocus and increase budgets for ATM security. So how do you protect countless billions in cash hidden in plain sight around the globe? How do you keep it from the hands of sophisticated cyber crooks and organized adversaries galvanized by that much currency?

Join us for this complimentary BAI webinar and hear from industry experts who will share insights into the trends and methods by which ATMs are attacked and what you can do to protect your ATM channel.

Discussion will include:

  • Insight into security threats the industry is facing worldwide
  • Strategies you can implement NOW to help protect your ATMs and cardholders
  • What Cardtronics is doing to stay ahead of attacks – from the ATM to the data center


Jordan Riek
VP Information Security

Jordan Riek is the Vice President of Information Security at Cardtronics. In this role, Mr. Riek is responsible for logical cyber security, customer engagement, security strategy and compliance. He is focused on delivering a secure ATM platform to all of Cardtronics’ diverse set of clients.

Mr. Riek has more than 10 years of direct cyber security experience in various roles across the financial services industry. Most recently, Mr. Riek capped a career at Bank of America where he managed cyber security incident response, network security, access and strategy. Mr. Riek holds a Bachelor of Science, Management of Information Systems degree from Texas A&M University – Mays Business School.

Jack Burns
VP, ATM Security

Jack Burns is Vice President of ATM Security at Cardtronics where his responsibilities include computer forensics, incident response investigations, and ATM physical security. Prior to joining Cardtronics, Mr. Burns completed eight years with the Bank of America Global Information Security Team where he managed both insider threat and cyber forensic teams.

Prior to his corporate career, Mr. Burns completed 16 years in law enforcement where he specialized in complex fraud investigations, computer forensics, and mobile forensic examinations. During his law enforcement career, Mr. Burns was assigned to the Dallas United States Secret Service Electric Crimes Task Force and routinely worked federal, state, and local computer and mobile forensic investigations. Mr. Burns earned a BS degree in Behavioral Science from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and a MA degree in Criminology from the University of Texas at Arlington. In addition, Mr. Burns has completed specialized training in Unix System Administration and holds multiple computer and mobile forensic certifications.