Category: Security

Open Banking is coming (and it’s something to feel good about)

Words by Gareth Gumbley, Founder & CEO, Frollo In the lead-up to the launch of Open Banking in Australia later this year, there’s been a spate of warnings in recent months about protecting your accounts from unauthorised access. Behind it all are changes to Consumer Data Rights (CDR) legislation that are designed to shift the […]

Frollo is now ISO 27001 certified

We’re excited to announce we’re now ISO 27001:2013 certified! It’s a big milestone for Frollo, as part of our ongoing commitment to our customers’ and users’ data and information security.

How much do you think you’ll spend this Christmas?

This is a great question to think about in the lead up to Christmas. There’s no doubt about it, it’s an expensive time of year.  But with a few tips from Frollo, you could manage your spending and be in better financial shape come the New Year. According to recent research by financial consultants Accenture, Australians will […]

How to Avoid ATO Impersonation Scams

Scammers are getting wiser by the second, upping the ante by using the latest technology to make their schemes look and sound legit. Find out how you could avoid falling into the traps of these ATO Impersonation Scams!

Open Banking Explained

If you’ve heard of Open Banking but don’t how it works or what impact it will have on your banking needs, no worries – we’ve simplified and demystified it for you! Firstly, Open Banking is part of a wave of reforms to increase competition in Australia’s financial services sector.  As the Banking Royal Commission (BRC) […]

How to Protect Yourself Against Contactless Payment Fraud

The rise of contactless transactions, better known as Paypass and Paywave payments, have allowed us to purchase things quickly and easily. We’ve provided some tips to help you understand how contactless payments work, the dangers of them, and how you can keep your money and data safe! What are contactless payments A contactless payment is […]

Tips to Avoiding Card Fraud

Card fraud is defined as the act of using another person’s card or card details (both credit and debit) without consent for financial gain. It can be hard to figure out how hackers operate and the techniques they use. Here is some advice to help you keep the money in your pocket! Inspect ATMs and […]