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Governments should adopt a light touch approach in regulating virtual currencies and instead allow technology to help protect consumer interests, says Singapore-based Bitcoin broker, Coin Republic.
While St. George has no idea how many of its customers are interested in wearable technology, the bank has launched its first smartwatch banking app.
Mint Wireless has announced a new chairman and CEO, following existing chairman Terry Cuthbertson's decision to step down from the role to be an independent non-executive director.
Users wanting to create an account on Australia's first bitcoin ATM will need to provide a phone number, and undertake a scanning of their driver's licence, face, and palm.
A number of Commonwealth Bank's services are down, including ATMs, EFTPOS, and internet banking, as a result of a technical outage.
Approximately 900 Social Insurance Numbers have been accessed over a six-hour period thanks to a Heartbleed exploit.
National Australia Bank will no longer be providing banking services to business customers who are trading with digital currencies, such as Bitcoin.
"This one matters," says the SANS Institute, calling for 'global and immediate action' to deal with Heartbleed — including better vendor communication and better software development practices.
Australia’s financial players are calling for a balanced approach to new technologies and technological neutrality in the regulation of Australia’s financial services, according to submissions to the 2014 Financial System Inquiry.
After four years in the role, Anne Weatherston has stepped down from the position as Australia and New Zealand Banking Group chief information executive.
PayPal has revamped its mobile card reading technology, releasing its new PayPal Here Bluetooth-enabled credit card reader for smartphones in Australia.
Governments trying to protect consumers from dangers posed by new technologies can do more harm than good, according to Commonwealth Bank CIO Michael Harte.
Commonwealth Bank CIO Michael Harte has said the financial giant is looking to be able to "break free of the tyranny" of lock-in cloud providers.
Diebold has deployed the first of a completely different kind of ATM. The device has a minimal user interface; instead the customer uses a smartphone app.
Banks are only now getting around to replacing Windows XP on their ATMs with Windows 7, but why bother? Windows 8 should work at least as well and has a longer support life.