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Five Steps to Improving Your Cybersecurity

5 Steps to Improving Your Cybersecurity

A recent security survey revealed that one in four small businesses in Australia fell victim to cybercrime in 2017, an increase of 25 percent from 2016 levels, when cybercrime affected one in five businesses1. According to the Commonwealth Government’s Stay Smart online guide for small business2, cybercrime costs Australia around $1 billion per year, with

What’s All The Fuss About Data Privacy?

What’s All The Fuss About Data Privacy?

One day you’re forking notes out of your wallet and the next you’re swiping, tapping and clicking your way to a full trolley. The digital era is consumer heaven (and a business owner’s dream). But what happens if that personal information gets into the wrong hands? With the increasing (and often sole) reliance on technology,

What to Look For in an Alternative Solution to Your Bank?

What to Look For in an Alternative Solution to Your Bank?

When looking for an alternative solution to traditional banking methods, online payment systems offer you a wealth of opportunity. This enables you to steer clear of the outdated Monday to Friday service, long wait times and time-consuming transaction periods, while implementing an effective and efficient system that works for both you and your customers. Consider

How to Improve Your Charity or Non For Profit Planning in Just 10 Minutes


Want to know the driving forces behind Australia’s most successful charity and non-for-profit (NFP) organisations? Joining forces with GiveEasy, Westpac and AGSM@UNSW Business School, eWay is supporting research into innovation within the non-for-profit sector with the Innovation Index. With the Innovation Index, you can gain insight into the innovative elements driving industry change, as well

How consumers are driving payment innovations


There’s been a huge amount of disruption in the payments industry over the past few years, and that change isn’t going to slow down anytime soon! With technological advances impacting all areas of our lives, it’s no surprise that customers are increasingly expecting quicker and more convenient ways to pay for goods and services. So