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Capitol Federal® Savings Bank, the operating unit of Capitol Federal® Financial (NASDAQ: CFFN), will give its customers a faster and easier ATM deposit experience, deploying 69
NCR (NYSE: NCR) SelfServ ATMs equipped with
Scalable Deposit Module (SDM). NCR’s Scalable Deposit Module (SDM) technology was the first technology on the market to allow consumers to deposit both cash and checks simultaneously through a single slot and delivers a consumer deposit experience that is twice as fast as separate cash and check deposits.
In addition to the new ATMs, Capitol Federal will install
Solidcore Suite for APTRATM, the only ATM software that proactively protects ATMs from insider attacks by preventing the introduction of unauthorized code on the network, maintaining its integrity and availability. The hardware and software installations will begin in early 2013.
“Capitol Federal makes it a priority to connect with our community in a variety of ways, which is why we wanted to provide the latest and greatest self-service options for our customers,” said Frank Wright, senior vice president for Capitol Federal Savings Bank. “We were very impressed with NCR’s scalable deposit module technology. We believe our customers will find the speed and ease of use of these new ATMs will make cash and check deposits even easier at the ATM.”
With SDM, a typical consumer transaction of five bank notes and two checks can take less than 60 seconds to deposit.
Solidcore Suite for APTRA is a multivendor ATM software security solution with real-time centralized management that proactively allows only authorized code to run, rather than reacting to known attacks as they arise. Specifically, Solidcore Suite for APTRA automatically creates and updates the inventory of good code, while protecting the system’s memory so authorized code cannot be modified, deleted or hijacked - the process by which malicious code replaces authorized code with itself.