New research has surprisingly shown it’s tech-savvy Australians who increasingly complacent when it comes to cyber security.
Cyber criminals are threatening online users to pay up.
A third of Australians have fallen victim to an online scam or know someone who has, according to a study released by McAfee.
The benefits associated with new digital channels are numerous for retailers and consumers alike. However, with these benefits comes heightened risk Archie Reed from Hewlett Packard explains
It is important for retailers to remain vigilant when it comes to online security, particularly at a time when e-commerce is at its peak.
The AIIA is hosting an event on online security that will feature Telstra Business Solutions, Sensis, Australia Post, Deloitte, The Australian Centre for Retail Studies and The Australian Retailers Association.
Internet security company AVG has warned retailers about the growing security threats in the online retailing space and offered some tips to help stay protected.
Loss prevention company Vitag has launched an online store to provide discount retail security products to Australian retailers.
DealsDirect.com.au has implemented TNSPay gateway from TNS to improve its security and customer experience.
A survey found that despite 75 per cent of Australians are concerned about the information they share online, almost 50 per cent admit to not knowing how many websites hold their personal details.
The lush.com.au site has been completely pulled with a message advising customers to "urgently" contact their banks and cancel their credit cards if they have place an online order with Lush Australia and New Zealand.
PayPal and Crime Stoppers have partnered up to educate online shoppers about how to stay safe when conducting transactions online.