Visa sued over online authentication patent

Visa sued over online authentication patent

IDG News ServiceVisa USA Inc. and Visa International Service Association have been sued by two technology companies who claim that...

May 12th, 2003 Joris Evers

Neural nets help banks fight fraud

Neural nets help banks fight fraud

The phone call to Chad Sapieha was the final stage of a technology-led fraud detection system. Ten minutes prior to...

April 17th, 2003 Chris Conrath

Fraudsters losing ground to banks

Fraudsters losing ground to banks

The phone call to Chad Sapieha was the final stage of a technology-led fraud detection system. Ten minutes prior to...

April 3rd, 2003 Chris Conrath

Sage security advice: close the door!

Sage security advice: close the door!

"You can have the best burglar alarm system in the world, but somebody's going to come along and figure out...

March 31st, 2003 Susan Maclean

Break-in nets hackers record haul

Break-in nets hackers record haul

A credit card transaction processing company last month confirmed that millions of card numbers were stolen recently when someone hacked...

March 6th, 2003 Lucas Mearian

Dirty disks pose threat

Dirty disks pose threat

Rene Hamel recently bought a hard drive to install on a machine at work. Hamel, an ex-RCMP officer and vice-president...

March 6th, 2003 Chris Conrath

South Korea set to lead in cellphone payments

South Korea set to lead in cellphone payments

South Korea is set to become the first nation in the world to adopt a large-scale mobile electronic payment system...

May 22nd, 2002 Martyn Williams

German banks wary of mobile payments

German banks wary of mobile payments

German banks are reluctant to partner with mobile-telecommunication companies to provide mobile-payment solutions, according to a study published Wednesday by...

May 12th, 2002 John Blau

Amazon.com pursues corporate customers

Amazon.com pursues corporate customers

Amazon.com Inc. announced Wednesday that it is offering a Corporate Accounts program to draw businesses, libraries, schools and government buyers...

August 23rd, 2001 Jennifer DiSabatino