Ransomware is the highest-profile type of malware attack at present: from oil pipelines to healthcare and food processing, ransomware infiltrates a diverse variety of industries, and no sector is left unharmed.
Australians have already lost over $288,000 to vehicle scams in the first quarter of this year, more than all losses reported to Scamwatch in 2019, and scammers have now begun impersonating defence personnel to con their victims, according to the consumer watchdog, the ACCC.
ANZ has extended its Apple Pay offering, which gives its Access Advantage Visa debit card customers "the option to choose cheque or savings accounts via eftpos with Apple Pay".
There's no Master Chief required, but Bankwest's Halo will let you become a master shopper thanks to a payment ring, requiring no power, for a novel and fun new way to make contactless payments.
Westpac's PayWear delivers contactless microchip payments from your account, using a silicone wristband or a ‘keeper’ device that easily attaches to an existing watch or fitness band.
The Apple Pay delay each day for Bendigo Bank customers now sees Samsung Pay in play, in what is great news for Samsung smartphone and smartwatch owners who bank with Bendigo.
Microsoft's Windows 10 S is meant to be a safer version of Windows, given to OEMs to make lower-cost Windows devices, but if you want to run all Windows apps, prepare to pay.
Taxi booking app goCatch now supports PayPal payments.
Pay by Phone Service Opens up Phone Payments to Small Australian Businesses
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