Australian consumers are set to fork out a whopping $1.3 billion online over the four days from Black Friday to Cyber Monday, amidst a growing trend of consumers moving their Christmas shopping to the earlier period of late-November than the traditional time of December.
Australia’s online retailers are susceptible to cybercriminals spoofing their brand identity and increasing the risk of email fraud for customers, according to a new report.
Security firm RiskIQ, which closely tracks incidences of online shopping sites being compromised, has put out a study in which it claims that Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the two big online shopping days, are sure to be in the sights of cyber criminals.
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