The number of people around the world, including in Australia, using contactless ticketing via mobile or wearables devices will rise to around 300 million by 2021 – a three-fold increase on this year, according to a new report from global market analyst firm Juniper Research.
Your next cyber attacker may well be someone you thought you could trust. There has been 64% increase in cybercrime detections and healthcare is the most frequently attacked industry.
23 billion transport and event tickets will be sold per year by 2020, purchased globally using mobile handsets according to new research.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.