NORTH CANTON, Ohio (10/5/10)--Diebold, a CUNA Strategic Services provider, is fully compliant on two ATM security audits for the company’s Opteva ATMs. Diebold, an ATM manufacturer based in North Canton, Ohio, has achieved compliance with TR-39 and Payment Card Industry (PCI) personal identification number (PIN) Review audits for encrypted PIN pad and remote key loading technologies in Opteva ATMs. TR-39 audits apply to the security of PIN debit transactions within an ATM or point-of-sale environment. During PCI PIN reviews, auditors review requirements for properly securing keys via practices such as dual controls, encryption, and tamper-resistant devices and packaging. A third-party auditor reviewed Diebold’s security and process controls, ranging from employee background checks to the use of cameras to record and monitor manufacturing, storage and shipping environments. The auditor also examined Diebold’s use of tamper-evident packaging and its mechanisms for tracking products from manufacturing to their end use. Diebold will continue to perform PCI PIN Review audits annually and TR-39 audits biannually as required by the American National Standards Institute and the PCI Security Standards Council.