Banks working hard towards security measures at ATM's
By Ankit Sharma
Nov 27, 2013
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Due to the attack last week which happened in Bangalore to one of the customers, Banks are currently caught up with checking on the security plans at their ATM's State Bank of India currently has the largest numbers of ATM across the company are also coming up with a plan of action for the same.

The State Government of Bangalore has ordered that all the ATMs which do not have a security guards have to remain closed. As of now, there are 700 ATMS which remain shut by the police until the banks hire security guards for these ATM's. Cost Matters As per one of the private sector leading bank's official which has various unmanned off-site ATMs, stated that banks ought not to be made at risk for the whole security. Order Needed

The basic security is insufficient; absolute dicipline must be guaranteed, said P. Raghu, a client. "We regularly run into watchmen who are asleep or drunk.'

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