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Aussie govt security expert praises BNZ, slams others

Australian criminologist Russell Smith says he's impressed by the BNZ's recently unveiled anti-card skimming technology.Professor Smith, who works for the Australian government's Institute of Criminology, would like to see BNZ's parent, National Australia

Chris Keall
Fri, 09 Jul 2010

Australian criminologist Russell Smith says he’s impressed by the BNZ’s recently unveiled anti-card skimming technology.

Professor Smith, who works for the Australian government’s Institute of Criminology, would like to see BNZ’s parent, National Australia Banks, adopt it across the Tasman (NAB says

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Chris Keall
Fri, 09 Jul 2010
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Aussie govt security expert praises BNZ, slams others
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