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Almost a third of Australians are willing to support data sharing in an open banking environment, but only if privacy and security concerns are addressed, according to research from Unisys Corporation into Australia’s banking industry. The research also found Australian consumers are less willing than those in other Asia Pacific countries

Research by Unisys suggests Australians are much more willing to deal with governments through digital channels then they were two years ago. And interestingly, many Australian citizens believe government departments already share data on them, according to the research. The Unisys Connected Government Survey, to be released tomorrow, found that

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New research from Unisys Corporation reveals Australian consumers are the most likely in Asia Pacific to be frustrated when their bank account is frozen due to suspected fraud. The Unisys APAC Banking Insights Survey provides insights into the attitudes of bank customers in Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore and

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Australians are selective about when they support sharing personal data with government agencies and commercial organisations via Internet of Things – according to the 2017 Unisys Security Index. The vast majority of Australians, 82 per cent, support using a button on their phone or smartwatch to alert police to their