A Major Step for Global ATM Protection: BS/2 Become an Official S&G Distributor

A Major Step for Global ATM Protection: BS/2 Become an Official S&G Distributor

BS/2 banking technologies company of Penki Kontinentai Group have signed a partnership agreement with the international lock and security company Sargent and Greenleaf. The new contract will allow the two companies to join forces in providing a new level of ATM security.

“Cooperating with Sargent and Greenleaf is essential for our business. BS/2 is S&G distributor in 14 countries of Central Asia, Transcaucasia and the Baltic States. We are united under the common mission of providing unbreakable security. The current partnership is a major step for ATM protection”, comments Emil Musayev, the Head of Sales department at BS/2.

BS/2 is particularly interested in the new A-Series automated teller machine solution, which provides a comprehensive approach to ATM safe security. The new locks incorporate single-use security codes. The “One-time code” feature requires the CIT officers and maintenance agents to enter a unique code (distributed via mobile dispatch or A-Series smartphone app) while introducing a personal dallas key.  Introducing this technology will enhance security and accelerate maintenance and CIT operations of ATMs and other self-service devices. Furthermore, this technology will render mechanical key and combination locks, as well as key and combination change operations obsolete.

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Meanwhile, the ATM Access Management System that comes part of the A-Series package is unique in terms of reportability. All access is time-stamped and logged. As a result, audit trials can be generated via the Lock Management System software or withdrawn directly from the ATM electronic safe lock via a USB storage device or the iButton key.

“A-Series integration with BS/2 products such as Cash Management.iQ has great potential. The collaboration envisions creating a unique ATM access management system. Such a degree of security integration with a cash management solution would benefit both the banks and the CIT services”, claims Vladimir Nazarenko, the business development manager of S&G in Eastern Europe.

Sargent and Greenleaf have been producing security locks for over 160 years. What began as a small business in Kentucky in the 1850s is now one of the biggest players on the safe and vault protection market in the entire world. S&G opened their European headquarters in 1972. The company took a new direction in 1989 when they introduced their first electronic locks.

Source: BS/2

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