Australian consumers are reporting having their bank accounts drained by fraudsters and their email inboxes accessed in the latest scam involving theft of mobile numbers, according to the newly published report on fraud from the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.
Complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman from residential consumers and small businesses rose for the financial year 2018, but were down for the last quarter, according to a report from the TIO on Wednesday.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has issued new rules providing regulatory safeguards for consumers moving to services delivered over the NBN – cautioning telcos to take immediate steps to embed the rules in their business practices.
Why do I consider this useless and irrelevant information?How does this effect our broadband prices?What effect does distance and population[…]
Change your credit card number with them and just let the money dry up with them!
"Cyber attackers are definitely going to be targeting VPNs as a means of accessing the corporate network or SaaS accounts[…]
That seems to be a position rather than a capability as all the apps released or provided to support information[…]
I should update my comment. NBN did respond in support of the Industry.