Displaying items by tag: Banking

Monday, 01 September 2008 10:56

UK bank pulls down pants password

One of Britain's major banks changed a customer's telephone banking password when he used it as a way of expressing displeasure with the company. The incident has led to the dismissal of a staff member.

Published in Home Tech
What should you do to protect yourself, your computer, your online accounts and your digital self from being hacked? As with all protective measures, there’s no one single “magic bullet” solution, but instead, layers of protective technologies and practices that you need to employ to thwart the “bad guys” on multiple levels. Please read on.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Wednesday, 27 August 2008 12:07

'Pay by phone' gets new meaning with Visa trial

Has the coin-free payments revolution finally begun in Australia? A contactless payments trial is allowing participants to charge small purchases to their credit cards simply by waving their mobile phones over a reader.

Published in Mobility



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