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Here’s What a Phishing Scam Looks Like

Here’s What a Phishing Scam Looks Like

Phishing (no, not Fishing) is when a malicious entity (Cyber-criminal) attempts to obtain information from you for financial benefit by attempting to disguise themselves as a trustworthy entity an electronic communications.   This could be on social media, SMS, telephone or email. So how do you spot a Phishing attempt?  Here’s an email example.              [Read More…]

PayPal mCommerce Report – Aussie’s Slack on Mobile Security.

PayPal mCommerce Report – Aussie’s Slack on Mobile Security.

When it comes to Mobile Security when shopping online, Australian have some work to do. This is the finding of PayPal’s new mCommerce research released this week. Some of the key findings from the report are;   Despite our concern around mobile security, the majority of us don’t do anything about it Australians having experienced a mobile security breach! Millenials[Read More…]

Mobile shopping surge this Christmas

Mobile shopping surge this Christmas

It may not quite be december but you may have already noticed that Christmas Shopping is already in full swing…and getting busier by the day.    Last week I spoke with Cathy Jamieson from PayPal Australia who says they’re expecting a surge in Smartphone shopping this year.   Cathy also shares tips from PayPal to help shoppers stay safe while[Read More…]

PayPal offers up some mobile shopping tips

PayPal offers up some mobile shopping tips

New research from PayPal has revealed that Australians spend more time preparing for Christmas than celebrating the actual day…but perhaps it could be made easier by getting smart with out smartphones.   Late last week I spoke with Adrian Christie from PayPal Australia about mobile shopping trends around Christmas time and how we could use some of our smartphone time better.[Read More…]

PayPal updates mobile payments for small business

PayPal updates mobile payments for small business

In just a couple of weeks time they way many of us pay at the checkout will change but research reveals that not all aussie businesses are ready. From August 1 signature verification on credit cards is being phased out so the only option you’ll have is to use a PIN at point of sale…however the recent research from PayPal[Read More…]