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The Commonwealth Bank of Australia shows the highest customer satisfaction levels for branch visits and internet banking when used on app on a mobile phone or tablet among the big four banks, according to the Roy Morgan Satisfaction with Banking Channels Report.

Published in Business Software
Tuesday, 01 October 2019 12:11

NAB launches mobile digital receipt with Slyp

National Australia Bank has launched a new digitised receipt product which it says allows customers to easily digitise any paper receipt, through the NAB Mobile App.

Published in Market

Twenty years after BPAY was launched in Australia around 60% of Aussies now pay their bills using the service, according to the payments company which says that on average people pay five or six bills a month.

Published in Market

Tasmanian banking group, MyState Bank, has launched a new Internet banking platform and mobile banking apps in another step in the bank’s ongoing digital transformation.

Published in Strategy

Macquarie Bank has turned to the social media market and the “customer experience” of companies like Spotify and Facebook, and movie subscription company Netflix, in the development of its new digital banking offerings for customers.

Published in Strategy

The National Australia Bank (NAB) has launched its new mobile payment service – NAB Pay - backed by Visa, making it the first bank to use Visa’s Tokenisation Service as the mobile security platform.

Published in Mobility

St George, now part of Westpac, is this month celebrating being the first bank in Australia and one of the first globally to launch Internet banking 20 years ago.

Published in Home Tech

The ANZ Bank has enhanced its Internet banking services to cover desktop, tablet and mobile devices with the launch of a new Internet banking site.

Published in Internet of Things
Monday, 14 September 2015 13:25

DIY ATM withdrawal limits with St George

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.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 10 September 2015 12:43

NAB launches digital financial advice platform

National Australia Bank has launched a digital advice platform which it says provides personalised, tailored financial advice to customers through internet banking.

Published in Market

Cloud accounting software company Xero has established integration agreements with financial services providers to facilitate access to services and loans for small businesses.

Published in Accounting Software
Tuesday, 11 August 2015 17:55

Fingerprint ID login for Suncorp mobile banking

Suncorp Bank has made fingerprint login available for its mobile banking app in response to what it says is customer demand for quicker access to account balances and mobile banking services.

Published in Security

Bitdefender Safepay is "a hacker-proof hardened browser" according to company officials, who say it protects against online threats when using online banking and shopping sites.

Published in Home Tech

A service provider has warned of the dangers of providing Internet banking credentials to an intermediary in order to gain the convenience of having bank transactions automatically loaded into an accounting program.

Published in Security

The technologically-plagued Australian bank, NAB, has finally restored Internet banking services after having been down for much of the working day.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 06 November 2009 04:15

SSL, TLS vulnerable to publicly-disclosed attack

A serious flaw has been discovered in the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol used to protect data in transit across the Internet. Are your Internet banking transactions at risk?

Published in Security
Concerns about Internet security in Australia are growing rapidly, to the point that the majority of Australians now say they are happy for a wider deployment of biometric technology and to use their fingerprint to prove their identity.

Published in Security
Phishing attacks around the globe dropped by five percent over recent weeks and there was a significant decrease in attacks using phishing toolkits, but the respite from the dreaded phishers may be short-lived.

Published in Security
Thursday, 01 October 2009 12:06

Identity theft, crime rife in Australia

Credit card theft, unauthorised bank account access and identity theft are rife in Australia with more than one in five Australians aged 16-years or over now reporting that someone has stolen their identity, illegally accessed, or tried to access their bank accounts, stolen or skimmed their credit cards or tried to steal their bank account pin.

Published in Security
Cyber criminals have been tricking Australian taxpayers into revealing highly sensitive, personal information – essentially stealing their identities – to get hold of their tax refunds in a new phishing scam targeting the Australian Tax Office.

Published in Security
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