Malware and hacking attacks on ATM networks Europe 2014-2018

This statistic presents the total number of reported incidents of malware, hacking and "logical" attacks on the automated teller machines in European countries from 2014 to 2018. Malware and hacking incidents are based on ever evolving cybercriminal techniques, designed to rob customers of their savings either through card or PIN skimming methods (lower-level) or without having to compromise their debit cards, designed to attack the ATMs directly (higher-level). In some of the more sophisticated hack attacks, the access to back-end of ATM machines is used, in order to compromise their security. Reports filed over time showed that the number of malware and "logical" attacks increased overall from 51 reported cases in 2014 to 157 in 2018.

Number of ATM-related malware and hacking attacks reported in European countries from 2010 to 2018

Malware and hacking attacks
2015 15
2014 51
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Release date

March 2019



Survey time period

2010 to 2018

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