About Martin Koffijberg

Martin Koffijberg is Director, Business Development, Banking & Finance for Axis Communications. Martin graduated from the Institute of Technology in Den Hague with a Bachelor degree in software engineering. He has a 35-year career in the Fintech industry with more than 15 years’ experience specific to ATMs. He has a deep understanding of ATM security and has advised financial institutions, industry partners and law enforcement agencies on the subject on multiple occasions.

Posts by Martin Koffijberg:

    Data center security, from the perimeter to the rack

    If data is the new oil, as has often been claimed, are data centers the new power stations? It might sound like a grand claim, but when more and more of the data storage, processing and analytics that underpins so many aspects of business and society is handled by data centers, it’s perhaps not so […]

      Building trust in banking through robust cybersecurity

      There’s a old Dutch proverb: ”Trust arrives on foot, but leaves on horseback”. Nowhere is this truer than in the world of banking. It’s an industry built on trust between a bank and its customers, who hand over their most valuable assets and expect them to be kept safe and secure. For many decades after […]

        Enhancing the bank customer experience with video analytics and audio

        What is the best way to stand out in a highly regulated market where largely the same product offerings are available to every consumer? And most important, how do you maintain customer loyalty in such a commoditized market? This is the challenge for the world’s retail banks. Many would argue that exceptional customer service is […]

          How can banks balance privacy with safety and security in branches?

          Safety and security have always been a priority in banks as a way of ensuring that both the people inside the building and the bank’s assets are protected from harm. However, with the increase of video surveillance to ensure safety and security, the privacy of workers and visitors to bank branches needs to be addressed. […]