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FBI says $3bn lost to fake CEO phishing scams
Tailored emails lead to wire transfer fraud.
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NSW pawnbrokers baulk at new MAC address laws
Concerned about privacy, legal ramifications.
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Sydney Uni IT projects chief hauled before ICAC
Another uni official to face corruption watchdog.
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Sentencing to be handed down in two weeks.
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Telco fraud investigator arrested for fraud
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DHS discovers $1.7bn in welfare fraud through data matching
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Uni IT manager claims credit card debt drove him to fraud
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Alleged uni IT scammer accused of stealing $114k
ICAC begins probe into Brett Roberts.
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Visa defends security of contactless cards
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ASIC pushes for telco data interception powers
NBN will make traditional sources 'of very little use'.
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Obama signs Executive Order on payment security
Backs microchips and PINs.
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NSW Police arrest another alleged Liberty Reserve fraudster
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NSW Police makes 29th arrest in Liberty Reserve fraud ring
Sydney man charged over $139,000 theft.
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Pin hopes on improved cooperation with law enforcement.
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