Automated teller machines: their history and authentication protocols

@article{Konheim2015AutomatedTM,
  title={Automated teller machines: their history and authentication protocols},
  author={Alan G. Konheim},
  journal={Journal of Cryptographic Engineering},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={1-29}
}
  • Alan G. Konheim
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Cryptographic Engineering
  • Luther Simjian filed a patent in 1959 for perhaps the first ATM; he convinced the City Bank of New York (now Citibank) to run a 6-month field test of his Bankmatic. The test was, however, not extended due to lack of demand. Simjian suggested that the only customers using the machine were a small number of prostitutes and gamblers who did not want to deal with bank tellers face to face. Nature abhors a vacuum and is also the mother of invention; John Shepherd-Barron (OBE), managing director of… CONTINUE READING

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