The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Banks Move to Control Fraud

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ATM machine.

Banks say investments in enhanced fraud detection and customer education top their lists for fighting fraud. Bankers Association CEO Habil Olaka says they will also come up with new technology to address growing concerns about ATM-related security risks.

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