Embedded SIMs will counter some traditional fraud threats whilst creating new kinds of opportunities for ingenious hackers.
Journalists and former police officers are helping each other to mislead the public about an easily disputed connection between copyright-infringing software and equipment safety.
Former marketing exec Janet West told her assistant to purchase fictitious services using the assistant’s corporate credit card.
The successful conviction of a criminal gang should be taken as confirmation of how stupid people really are.
Trying to delay the adoption of a new technology like Bitcoin will not stop it, and may slow the management of its risks.
Rewritable integrated SIMs will power the internet of things, and demand new versions of some traditional RA controls.
The British press did a lousy job of reporting a criminal case where Vodafone provided expert assistance to the police.
North American telcos may lose USD4bn of television revenue this year because of the popularity of paid pirate services.
Mandatory registration of SIM cards is reducing simbox fraud in Uganda, but there are downsides.