The historic archive of posts at talkRA.com, the predecessor to Commsrisk, will be removed from the internet on 21st July 2015. These were the 5 most popular posts in talkRA’s history.
Operators need to invest in network capex just to retain customers. To prevent declining margins, they also need to offer more services than before.
The competition between fraudsters and fraud managers forces both to evolve. PBX fraud is a perfect example of how an old technique can mutate and thrive again.
The UK regulator asked WIK-Consult to summarize research into how to engage with customers about their IoT data. They concluded there is a lot of work to do.
We can learn about fraud by listening to the people who profit from it.
An unnamed new entrant in the Republic of Ireland has acquired Neural Technologies’ subscriber application risk management solution.
The presentations will cover: integrating assurance with governance; the Internet of Things; and predictive analytics. There will also be a vote on RAG’s future!
Arrests have been made, and equipment confiscated, after Jordan’s communications regulator instigated a project to combat the illegal termination of international calls.
Many varied businesses have expressed an interest in supplying a national revenue assurance system to the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe.
Data from Ofcom, the British communications regulator, shows Vodafone UK suffered an unusually high number of complaints about billing and charging.