It makes sense for India’s authorities to invest in tackling cybercrime as part of the transition to a cashless society.
Two recent stories in the UK press show how everyone hopes network operators will suffer the cost of other people’s mistakes.
Africans will benefit by easily and cheaply moving money. Telco assurance teams must cooperate to mitigate the risks.
Maria Tzanou’s book explores ‘dataveillance’, the coming together of data and surveillance, as applied to metadata, travel, financial transactions and the internet.
Revenue assurance and fraud vendors all possess a voice. It can be used for more than just promoting themselves.
The Kenyan telco has granted developers access to an API for their M-PESA payments platform.
The UK’s Conservative government wants to impose price caps on energy tariffs, but the real problem is that customers do not choose to switch to the cheaper tariffs that already exist.
It only took 11 consecutive quarters for Vodafone to progress from being the single worst mobile postpaid provider to being the joint worst mobile postpaid provider.
This scandal shows how we rely on external auditors to identify misuse of funds by big businesses like telcos.
The EU’s roam like home policy may amplify the cost of telecoms fraud because of the impact of wholesale charges.