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CBA software review prompts bank to sell stake in Visa
Speeds up writedown of software.
Dec 19 2016 11:25AM
Distributed guessing attack could reveal Visa card details
Researchers map out online vulnerability.
Dec 5 2016 6:42AM
Govt gives Immigration $99m for visa risk system
Smart gates rollout nearly done.
May 12 2016 3:32PM
Visa debit users charged twice in Cuscal glitch
Transactions duplicated on Saturday.
Apr 19 2016 2:58PM
Hackers charge big bucks for stolen Aussie creds
Report reveals black market rates for digital crimes.
Apr 6 2016 12:00PM
Visa opens up to developers
Extensive set of APIs released.
Feb 5 2016 10:30AM
Aussie travellers hit by US visa systems glitch
Just under a year after week-long outage.
Jun 16 2015 4:20PM
Visa teams up with FireEye for threat data sharing
Will sell infosec intelligence to customers.
Jun 4 2015 9:52AM
MasterCard, Visa unveil new infosec efforts
Tokens, biometrics to thwart attackers.
Feb 16 2015 9:10AM
Optus offers NFC payments on Android phones
First telco to dive into mobile payments.
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Visa defends security of contactless cards
Claims they are safe against rogue foreign transactions.
Nov 5 2014 10:09AM
Review recommends abolition of 457 labour market testing
Skilled migration hokey-pokey continues.
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Finance, retail giants set up payments working group
Dominant players in Australia seek cooperation.
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Global US consulates still struggling after Oracle patch goes wrong.
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NAB glitch duplicates Visa transactions
Customers charged twice for weekend purchases.
Jun 3 2014 10:15AM
Visa urges US business to switch to embedded chips
Uses retail attacks to push for investment.
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Credit card companies dump card signatures
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Westpac says phone Paywave 'secure enough' for 2014
Samsung Paywave to go live early next year.
Dec 12 2013 12:15PM
Westpac joins the race to phone-based payments
Will it beat CBA to wave-and-go at the cashier?
Dec 12 2013 6:25AM
Infosys to pay $34m in US visa case
But denied widespread wrongdoing.
Oct 31 2013 6:48AM
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