Revenue Canada cracks down on electronic funds transfers

The Canada Revenue Agency announced that it is focusing on electronic funds transfers (EFT) in its campaign to crack down...

January 8th, 2015 Nestor E. Arellano

bitcoins, cryptocurrency

Will you get paid in bitcoins in 2015?

The Bank of Canada has said that it is mulling the benefits of using electronic currencies, including bitcoin. But could Canadian companies...

November 28th, 2014 Danny Bradbury

IP telephony potential security risk for businesses

IP telephony potential security risk for businesses

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEEnterprises have been warned to avoid IP telephony for staff engaged in teleworking. While tweaking firewalls for...

March 4th, 2007 Darren Pauli

Credit union teaches online safety

Credit union teaches online safety

Challenged by increased phishing and other Internet scams, the Vancouver City Savings Credit Union (Vancity) is digitally empowering its members...

October 26th, 2006 Mari-Len De Guzman

How hackers turn to cybercrime : Study

How hackers turn to cybercrime : Study

What started out as an online businessman’s dirty tactic lasted for almost half a year and cost victims over US$2...

July 5th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman

News Briefs

News Briefs

Attacking worms burrow through IM Like airborne viruses, instant messaging worms are fledglings, but very much on the rise. These...

May 15th, 2005 No Author

e-commerce general manager, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

e-commerce general manager, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

The National Australia Bank Ltd. is giving its online banking users access to two-factor ID in an effort to combat...

May 2nd, 2005 Michael Crawford

UPDATE: Banks hit with computer glitches

UPDATE: Banks hit with computer glitches

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and TD Bank Financial Group were both hit with unidentified computer glitches, according to...

July 28th, 2004 Allison Taylor