Success Stories -- Case Studies | Banking & Commerce
Uganda's Centenary Bank Fighting Fraud with Hikvision
Uganda has traditionally faced a major problem in the banking sector: combating identity theft and fraud. Specifically, ATM fraud involving stolen cards and checkbooks has proved particularly troublesome.
In order to combat this, the Ugandan government ordered that all banks are required to install and maintain a CCTV system. While this step did improve the issue of ATM-related theft, much was left to the discretion of the individual banks. Areas, such as the type and number of cameras installed, as well as the duration that video is required to be kept, were not specified. As such, the quality of security varies greatly from bank to bank throughout the country.
5,000 Dublin Users Given Access Cards
Big systems donÃ¢â¬â¢t have to be complex or difficult to use.
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Improved Security in French Banks.
The Caisse dÃ¢â¬â¢Ãâ°pargne banking group needed to cost-effectively extend the benefits of surveillance monitoring into 70 regional branch offices throughout France.
Security & Safety for Copenhagen Bank.
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Digital Update for a Friend.
The FTSE100 financial services group Friends Provident has overhauled its security arrangements at its UK head office in Salisbury.