Ofcom, the UK comms regulator, says it will investigate compliance with its billing accuracy audit regime. But why?
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US prosecutors accuse two Vietnamese of hacking into 8 email providers, then unleashing spam which generated USD2mn of revenues via the marketing websites of a Canadian conspirator.
Malawi’s telecoms regulator announces the implementation of a national consolidated CDR database, following years of argument with privacy campaigners and telcos.
Wearable Tech 2015 showcased devices that collect personal data for storage in the cloud. Attendees recognized the risks, but the novelty of the tech was matched by an immaturity in knowing how risks will be managed.
Vinny Sakore, Assistant HIPAA Security Officer at Verizon, will take to Twitter to discuss and field questions about “cybersecurity risks in a mobile device world”.
The Blackphone supplier announces a string of new products and services aimed at security-conscious enterprise customers.
The CTO of cVidya granted a CC license to corporate images and uploaded them to Wikimedia Commons, but failed to notice that a logo was automatically placed in the ‘espionage’ category.
Andy Tiller of AsiaInfo gives an interview about deep packet inspection, their work with Telenor, and how they are exporting technologies developed in the Chinese telecoms market.
Vittorio Colao, Vodafone Group CEO, has been praised for talking about security and privacy during his speech at Mobile World Congress. But did he say enough? And was it undermined by what DT CEO Timotheus Hottges said afterwards?