KTP NCR Financial Solutions (KTP001417)

01/10/2006 - 01/05/2009

KTP NCR Financial Solutions (KTP001417) is a KT Partnership project funded by KTP. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to .
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  • Biometric Security on ATMs
    ATM fraud is a large and growing problem for the financial services industry. Biometrics technologies, such as fingerprint, vein and face recognition offer great potential for NCR, by using biometric data, rather than the traditional PIN, to provide secure access to ATM and other self-service...
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Project Team

David Benyon
+44 131 455 2736

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