The fight against the scourge of spam has just got as significant boost with the Australian Communications and Media Authority and the New Zealand Department of Internal Affairs (NZDIA) joining forces to tackle the ever-growing problem.
Australia has benefited from progressive investments and upgrades in mobile network capabilities and service deployments, and 5G capabilities are expected to support a “massive increase” in connections, lowered latency and much faster speeds, according to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
A warning has been issued to mobile users by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) of a persistent and sophisticated SMS phishing campaign currently underway that is targeting mobile banking customers in both Australia and New Zealand.
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