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    PayPal announces in-store payments in Australia

    Retail customers can pay without cash or a credit card under a new in-store payment API announced today by PayPal for Australia.

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    NFC uptake accelerating: Visa

    Despite some security loopholes remaining, near field communications technology is gaining a foothold in Australia, according to Visa A/NZ.

  • PCI compliance requirements for Aussie businesses

    Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) refer to a set of standards that must be followed by big and small businesses alike when accepting, storing, processing and transmitting customers’ credit card information. To be compliant with PCI standards, all business owners, including online retailers, should adhere to 12 PCI compliance requirements for best security practices.

  • Understanding PCI compliance auditing

    Businesses of all sizes must undertake PCI compliance auditing to ensure that their customers' data is protected during credit or debit card transactions and if stored within any internal business databases.

  • PCI compliance checklist

    If you're business is obliged to undertake a PCI audit, then following a PCI Compliance checklist will ensure that you're security processes and payment processing meet the compliance standards. To ensure that you are meeting PCI compliance standards, you'll need to start by looking at what exactly PCI compliant means.

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