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The Commonwealth Bank has launched its new payment terminal ‘Smart’ which it says integrates the latest technology and customisable features to transform payments in Australia.

Published in Business Software

Commonwealth Bank is beefing up its digital resources with the launch of a new recruitment plan aimed at growing its network of engineers by at least 50 per month for the foreseeable future.

Published in Recruitment

Commonwealth Bank is partnering with global ecommerce platform provider BigCommerce in a move the bank says will make it easier for businesses of all sizes to launch and grow their online stores.

Published in Market

CommBank IQ is a joint venture between Commonwealth Bank of Australia and data science company Quantium that plans to deliver "highly relevant" data insights to institutional clients.

Published in Data
Friday, 11 December 2020 09:00

CBA eftpos available via Samsung Pay

Commonwealth Bank is one of the first card issuers to go live with eftpos on Samsung Pay.

Published in Mobility

There has been a marked reduction in the level of fraud experienced by its merchant customers, according to the Commonwealth Bank, but despite the drop the bank has warned that small businesses must remain extra vigilant over the festive season.

Published in Security

The Commonwealth Bank says it is taking steps to address the issue of technology-facilitated abuse to provide a safer banking experience for customers, with the launch of a new Acceptable Use Policy following misuse of its digital banking services.

Published in Security

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.

Wednesday, 13 February 2019 07:40

Property valuation firm LMW hit by data breach

The ANZ Bank has confirmed that a data breach at property valuation firm LandMark White, now known as LMW, which is said to have affected more than 100,000 customers of a number of banks, has affected its customers as well.

Published in Security

Mastercard has announced a partnership with Transport for New South Wales to deliver a smarter city through the "Future Transport Digital Accelerator", and also includes CBA, AWS and others. 

Published in Development

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner says it has made "further inquiries" into the loss of millions of customer records by the Commonwealth Bank but did not say why it had decided, along with the CBA, to not inform customers or any government functionaries about the loss of data.

Published in Strategy

Samsung has nabbed victory by nabbing major Aussie bank NAB in its quest to see Australia's four big banks all offering access to Samsung Pay, as ever more consumers make payments via mobile devices.

Published in Development

Many people may consider last week's introduction of Australia's New Payments Platform, which will enable faster payments for both consumers and businesses, as a measure that is long overdue. But the head of security vendor RSA's fraud and risk intelligence team in Asia Pacific/Japan sees a downside, in that it will also enable faster fraud.

Published in Security
Sunday, 24 September 2017 22:41

CommBank cuts ATM fees for all, other banks follow

Australia’s largest bank, and largest allegedly scandal-ridden bank, has declared ATM fees are dead, at long last, but will ALL banks and credit unions follow, or only some as is currently the case?

Published in Home Tech

The Commonwealth Bank has blamed coding errors in a software update for its Intelligent Deposit Machines for its allegedly falling foul of Australian money-laundering and terror-financing laws.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 12 December 2016 10:06

FlexiGroup says its customers can use Apple Pay

Financial services company FlexiGroup announced on Monday that customers of its subsidiary cards brands, Lombard Finance and Once Credit, would now be able to use Apple Pay.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Small business is the most optimistic business segment in Australia, despite most small operators forecasting challenging conditions in the next six months.

Published in Market
Saturday, 18 June 2016 13:29

Yes, I did take a bribe!

Former Commonwealth Bank (CBA) IT executive Keith Hunter has pleaded guilty to bribery/kickbacks in a case that has two sides to it – did CBA get the best outcome and just how much does this represent a tip of the iceberg culture?

Published in Listed Tech
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