Banks told to 'do their bit' to fight phishing attacks
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New Zealand banks could protect customers from phishing attacks by making a simple change to their internet address protocols at little or no cost, says Thom Hooker, director of operations at SMX, an Auckland based anti-spam and anti-virus email service provider.
“They’re putting a lot of onus on the users but they should be doing their bit at their end,” he says.