They Could Have Used an ATM Camera
They say hindsight is 20/20. That’s certainly the case in many financial crimes, where investigators sort through the evidence and determine what led up to a specific theft or fraud, and what security gaps – if any – should be addressed to prevent similar crimes in the future.
In some cases, a lack of physical security can be a major contributing factor to a crime. In other cases, surveillance equipment may be in place, but it’s either not maintained or it’s a poor quality product to start with. FBI investigators often remind banks to invest in a good video surveillance system and to test it regularly.
It’s advice that unfortunately not every financial institution follows. With crimes like ATM skimming on the rise in the U.S., banks and credit unions need reliable surveillance solutions that cover all of their assets, including their ATMs.
A reliable, covert IP camera that delivers high-definition images can go a long way toward enhancing security for banks, as well as accelerating investigations after a crime has taken place, as we’ll see in this blog.
The following are some real-life examples where banks and credit unions could have benefitted from a high performance ATM camera.Read “They Could Have Used an ATM Camera”