ATMs might be at risk of another virus attack

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ATMs will become increasingly insecure unless the banking industry changes its mindset, observers have warned. "There's an attitude of 'I'm isolated, I'm not at risk'," said Todd Thiemann, director of security device marketing at Trend Micro. "But as ATMs migrate from IBM OS/2 to Windows, ...

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