Popular Australian e-commerce fraud suburbs revealed

New data collated from about two million Australian credit and debit cards reveals the popular suburbs in which e-commerce fraud has been attempted using internet-connected computers.

The data, released by security company RSA to Fairfax, publisher of this website, showed Queensland was the hot spot for e-commerce fraud in Australia during the January to March reporting period, which utilised data collected from about two million Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards.
http://www.smh.com.au/technology/security/popular-australian-ecommerce-fraud-suburbs-revealed-20110504-1e71e.htmlAlso see:Internet fraud hits Sydney’s western suburbs hardest
Fairfield is the state’s e-commerce fraud capital, according to data released to the Herald by the computer security firm RSA.The data was collected from monitoring 2 million Australian Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards between January and March of this year.

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