New Zealand, 10 October 2018 – New Zealanders spent more than $4 billion online last year and with online spending now growing faster than traditional payments, it’s more important than ever for small businesses to pay attention to their cyber security. Mastercard has today launched Staying Safe Online: Cyber Safety Guide for New Zealand Businesses, …
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World’s fastest device to accurately detect payment card fraud SINGAPORE – 9 July, 2018 – To combat fraud, Mastercard today announced its partnership with the Commercial Affairs Department of the Singapore Police Force to implement the Mastercard Forensic Reader (MFR) – the world’s first device to help law enforcement agencies detect payment card fraud with …
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To share this research, copy and paste https://mstr.cd/2KF2hg4 to your Twitter handle Auckland – 3 July 2018 –Three out of five (59 percent) New Zealanders are now shopping online at least once a month, with security and the quality of goods purchased topping the list of considerations when using this channel, according to Mastercard research. …
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Payments have become simpler, swifter, and more secure than we could have ever imagined. With a simple tap or just a fingerprint or retinal scan, consumers can make a purchase in a few quick steps, from anywhere, at virtually any time of day or night. In tandem, merchants are ringing up their cash registers as …
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Evolution in technology is enabling more devices to connect more often around the world, at a pace that’s showing no sign of slowing down. Globally, more people currently have access to a mobile phone than safe water or reliable energy – and their prevalence is expected to keep growing. The Philippines sends more texts than …
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