The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) has been awarded the Best Collaboration of the Year Award by the International Compliance Association (ICA).
Online banking services at the Commonwealth Bank, which were hit by an outage on Thursday, are returning to normal, the bank says in a statement issued early Friday morning, adding that the appearance of some payments in accounts may be delayed.
Australia’s ANZ Bank has launched a smartphone ATM access service which allows customers to access cash on the go, using only their smartphone or watch.
Australians will continue to use cash in tandem with digital payment solutions, according to new research revealing that an average of 66% of consumers are withdrawing cash from ATMs at least once a month – with just over half logging into their mobile banking apps every week.
National Australia Bank says a system failure led to an outage of its online and other banking channels for most of Saturday.
The online banking services of National Australia Bank appear to have collapsed in a heap on Saturday morning, with customers unable to use either the online banking portal or EFTPOS services.
Fujitsu PalmSecure is a biometric authentication solution with palm vein scanning, successfully in use for well over a decade to secure computers, building ATMs, manage stadium entry, building access and more.
Attackers have stolen more than US$40 million from a number of banks in Russia and eastern Europe using a multi-pronged technique, according to the security firm Trustwave.
An updated version of the seven-year-old malware Skimer is being used by malicious attackers to steal money and banking details from ATMs that run Windows.
Listed Australian company, Transaction Solutions International Limited (ASX:TSN) has announced that its subsidiary, TSI India, has won its first public sector bank tender with Andhra Bank for deployment of e-Surveillance solutions across 500 ATM sites in India.
Eftpos says the routing of ATM transactions via its new centralised payments infrastructure, eftpos Hub, by two major banks marks a major milestone in the company’s transformation program.
Payments solutions provider, ecash, is expanding is business in the ATM market with solutions from Transaction Network Services (TNS).
The Netherlands-based industry body for ATM manufacturers, the ATM Security Association for Enhanced Technology, has selected SaaS provider of secure content collaboration solutions, Intralinks, to safely share information between its members.
Internet banking customers of the St George Bank, the Bank of Melbourne and BankSA can now set their own ATM withdrawal limits straight from their mobile banking app or via their Internet connection.
The Government has announced a monitoring scheme for ATMs which it says will reduce crime and make the funding of terrorism more dificult.
As cybercriminals grow ever bolder, Kaspersky Lab predicts that 2015 will ‘see attacks move beyond just targeting users of banking services, widely seen as the weak link in the security chain, and grow towards higher-stakes targeted cyber-attacks hitting the banks themselves,’ - but it’s far more than just financial cybercrime we need to be worried about!
The ANZ claims banking will be safer and easier for its customers with the planned introduction of new technology to its ATMs and enhancements to its FastPay app for processing credit and debit cards through mobile devices.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is proposing to reauthorise an agreement between members of the FeeSmart ATM sub-network to not charge each other’s cardholders a fee for transactions at ATMs owned by members.
ATM operator, Customers, has secured a five-year deal with Coles Express to provide a full managed service across more than 400 ATMs in Coles' service stations and convenience stores.
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