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Australians leading the way in smartphone use

A recent study from Google and IPSOS Research found that despite only being in the market a short time, 37 percent of Australians own a smartphone, and the number is expected to grow by more than 50 percent by the end of 2011

Where in Australia is online fraud and data loss a problem?

A recent study from AVG looked at online and mobile consumer behaviour across the 5 mainland capital cities in Australia to see what locations are most likely to be victimized by online fraud or data loss.

Mobile payment showdown: Google vs. Visa

Having separately announced in May that they will offer digital wallets that store credit card information for mobile payments, both Google and Visa are competing for consumers.

Merchants must go beyond PCI compliance to ensure customer safety

Many cyber attackers are changing their tactics from point-of-sale manipulation to focus solely on ecommerce, according to CIO magazine.
Tony McGrath
21 April 2011

New Internal Security Assessor training dates announced

The PCI Security Standards Council will be providing a series of Internal Security Assessor training dates this summer, according a press release recently posted by the company.
Matt Bullock
22 June 2010

Study finds data breaches cost companies average of almost $3.5 million worldwide

A recently released global study conducted by the Ponemon Institute revealed that the average data breach cost a company $3.43 million in 2009, according to an IT Wire report.
Matt Bullock
28 April 2010

Physical security, firewalls, periodic scanning should be focus of PCI efforts for small merchants

Many small businesses that process online payments find compliance with the PCI DSS to be an overwhelming and complex ordeal. However, it doesn't have to be, as the most common barriers to PCI compliance are actually quite simple.
Matt Bullock
16 April 2010
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