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    Visa expands transaction processing capability to Singapore, UK

    This is the first time its VisaNet transaction processing network is being brought out of the United States.
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    Changes to cybercrime law need to be 'better communicated'

    Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation says there were some "initial worries" from its members after the changes to the Computer Misuse and ...
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    New UOB account allows customers to earn KrisFlyer miles

    The KrisFlyer UOB Account allows customers who prefer to spend on a debit card, or who are in the early stages of their careers and may not be ...
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    Changes to Singapore's cybercrime law passed

    Under the amended Computer Misuse and Cybersecurity Act, dealing in personal information obtained via a cybercrime such as trading in hacked ...
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    Beware of '0000' scam calls impersonating police officers: SPF

    Recipients were asked for personal information such as their NRIC number by a Mandarin-speaking operator, SPF says.
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    DBS, POSB cardholders get access to EZ-Pay service for ERP payment

    With EZ-Pay, ERP charges are billed directly to the registered credit card, if there is insufficient value in the CashCard or if motorists forget ...
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    Using hacked personal data a crime under proposed changes to cybercrime law

    The proposed amendments also criminalise the act of obtaining hacking tools to commit a crime and against those who conduct a hack overseas ...
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    Nearly S$140,000 worth of credits to be refunded to Guns N Roses’ concert-goers

    The first batch of concert-goers eligible for refunds will be contacted via email by Thursday, Sandpiper Digital Payments says.
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    Beware of scam calls with numbers ending with '999', police warn

    The police have clarified that the calls are not made by its officers, and that such calls are typical scam tactics.