Which articles grabbed the attention of your peers? These ten posts topped the Commsrisk charts during November.
Gina Pesheva pleaded for vendors to deliver more sophisticated tools whilst speaking at the Risk & Assurance Group.
Verizon’s purchase of a vehicle-tracking business shows how telco business models are evolving, and why assurance roles need to evolve as well.
Oxford academics found two privacy flaws which allow WiFi devices to track mobile phones.
There is a long history of using automated test calls to pursue various RAFM goals. This market may be shaken up by new technology and the entry of the two biggest RAFM vendors.
This is the third year that the TMF has run a fraud survey.
Finance and Procurement functions are working more closely together, but not everything they do delivers value in the long run.
Telcos are starting to provide free services to better compete with OTT providers and retain market share. But have they considered that free services still generate fraud leaks?
Telcos may be better at negotiating deals with customers than at remembering what was agreed.
Social media usage can be charged differently from other data use. Many telcos are leaving themselves at risk by not identifying and monitoring the potential leakage that results.