Increasing competition and the lowest net increase for six years had already put pressure on Australia’s mobile carriers even before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, according to new research from analyst firm, Telsyte.
Using SMS as a means for two-factor authentication can be the weak link that leads to account compromise, according to Arvind Narayanan, an associate professor of Computer Science at Princeton University, who outlined an easy way that he and three of his colleagues had tested out to compromise accounts.
Telecommunications industry lobby group Communications Alliance has rejected calls from the Queensland Government for mobile carriers to provide emergency alerts without compensation.
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