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  • More security needed for real time banking system

    The PayID real-time banking system owned by Australian financial institutions through the New Payments Platform (NPP) has been the victim of hacker misuse twice this year, highlighting just how vulnerable the nation’s real time payments infrastructure is.

    Written by Paul Haskell-Dowland24 Oct. 19 09:59
  • ​NAB launches mobile payments service

    NAB is the latest bank to unveil a mobile payments service, launching an offering that allows consumers to use their Android smartphone to make purchases without the need for a physical card.

    Written by Byron Connolly25 Jan. 16 11:15
  • Getting IT governance right

    Why is the corporate governance of IT so important and what do organisations need to do to get it right? Tim Thurman, CIO at the Australian Securities Exchange, and Brian Parker, CIO at Cuscal reveal how they are approaching IT governance.

    Written by Byron Connolly18 Aug. 14 10:06
  • Suncorp Life CIO quits

    Suncorp Life’s CIO, Fiona Floyd, has quit her post as the organisation embarks on an internal restructure.

    Written by Byron Connolly29 July 14 16:30
  • Fingerprints still too unreliable for banks

    Biometric technologies such as fingerprint scanning have not taken off in the financial services sector because they are still too unreliable, particularly as an identifier at banks’ ATM machines.

    Written by Byron Connolly04 July 14 15:14
  • Cuscal Limited looks to disk-based backups

    Owner of the RediATM network, Cuscal Limited, has announced it will implement a new backup system aimed at protecting production and disaster recovery in its data centres.

    Written by Lisa Banks11 Oct. 11 12:58
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