Wincor Nixdorf

The main focus of the Group’s comprehensive portfolio lies on business process optimization, especially in the branch operations of both sectors. We also apply the expertise we have gained from our core business to related industries such as postal services and service station networks. We supply IT services across the world. Our well-established Services organization works with a network of certified partners to guarantee the same high quality at a global level. Wincor Nixdorf has established a presence in around 130 countries around the globe, giving it an outstanding profile when it comes to customer proximity. The parent company has subsidiaries in 42 countries. We also place great importance on building close relationships with sales partners that have an excellent knowledge of the local requirements and conditions on the customer side. Wincor Nixdorf has a total workforce of around 9,000 people. Over half are based outside Germany.
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Paderborn, DE
Wincor Nixdorf was founded in 1952 and is headquartered in Paderborn, DE

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Wincor Nixdorf has an office in Paderborn
Paderborn, DE (HQ)
1 Heinz-Nixdorf-Ring

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Wincor Nixdorf is a subsidiary of Diebold

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Taiwan Says Foreign Suspects Arrested Over $2 Million ATM Cyber Robbery

An international heist team used malware for mega withdrawals.

Taiwan seeks two Russian suspects in $2 million ATM malware heist

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan investigators suspect two Russian nationals hacked into a major domestic bank's ATMs last weekend, using malware to withdraw more than $2 million from dozens of machines in the country's first recorded case of its kind.

Taiwan banks suspend cash withdrawal at ATMs due to malware theft

TAIPEI (Reuters) - At least three major Taiwan banks have suspended cash withdrawal services at their Automated Teller Machines after First Bank reported T$70 million ($2.2 million) was stolen from its ATMs.

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