Payment security compliance has declined for the second year in a row, with organisations based in the Americas lagging behind worldwide counterparts, including the Asia Pacific region, according to a new report from US telco Verizon which reveals that only 1 in 3 companies globally make the grade on compliance and just 1 in 5 in the Americas.
Australian company Next Telecom is offering technology from global cybersecurity provider SonicWall in its Security In a Box bundle for business clients with telco-grade network security devices and a zero-touch feature.
More than 30,000 consumers and small businesses complained about their phone and Internet services - with many complaining about problems with their bills and the quality of customer service - over a three month period to the end of September this year, according to the latest complaints report from the Telecomunications Industry Ombudsman.
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