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Data & Analytics News Updates, August 29th 2012
This week’s data and analytics news include NAB’s data centre consolidation, NZBA warning against a phishing scam, and the arrest of 357 foreigners in the Philippines for cybercrime.

August 29, 2012 | The Asian Banker Editor

NAB to consolidate data centre
National Australia Bank has confirmed that it will consolidate 30 small data centres around Australia into a new Melbourne data centre, with the bank undertaking the consolidation to reduce IT costs and its carbon footprint.

Bank customers warned against phishing scam
The New Zealand Bankers’ Association has warned bank customers against a fraudulent email which directs internet users to a website requesting their online banking details.

357 foreigners nabbed for cybercrime
Philippine authorities have arrested more than 300 foreigners involved in internet and financial fraud run by a Chinese criminal syndicate. The criminal syndicate reportedly employs call centre agents who call unsuspecting bank customers and dupe them into transferring money to fake accounts.


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Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Management, Risk & Performance
Keywords: NAB, NZBA