Just as a cheque from a less than reputable customer may bounce, there’s no guarantee that credit card you accepted isn’t stolen – so how do you protect your business from fraud? Credit cards not only provide customers an incredible convenience, but they also offer holders a good measure of protection in the case of […]
Newsagents who also have an online presence through eBay should be mindful of changes on the horizon concerning payment systems.
The installation of malware and other online threats isn’t limited to desktop and laptop computers.
Quite a few Newsagents have been subject to scams perpetrated via the epay system. These can be costly. The scams are not always covered by
Newsagents and customers will soon be able to access instant electronic transfers between a number of financial institutions, with the New Payments Platform officially being rolled out in February. While the NPP system had been tipped to launch in Australia Day, it appears to have been pushed back to February 2018. Once in place, the system will […]
From 22 February 2018, all businesses with a turnover greater than $3 million which have a significant data breach are required to inform all concerned parties, and to inform the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. If there is unauthorised access, disclosure or loss of personal information that could be seriously compromising to the person or […]
Least-cost routing, otherwise known as ‘lowest-cost routing’ or ‘low-cost routing’, is when debit card contactless payments are re-routed from the Visa or Mastercard networks to the eftpos network, where relevant, to provide you with a lower acquiring cost.
NANA has received reports of what appear to be deliberate attempts by cryptocurrency pay-in customers to underpay when they make a cash in top up through blueshyft.
You may have noticed reports in the media about Intel, ARM and AMD processor vulnerabilities that may allow cybercriminals to steal personal data from computer systems.
Christmas time is full of gift giving and cybercriminals love to dish out ‘special’ Christmas gifts of their own.