The tenth annual report confirms that crooks keep stealing data and employees keep being tricked by them.
The judge considered the penalty justified because of ‘millions and millions’ of sales calls made to people on the USA’s National Do Not Call Registry.
The US-headquartered supplier of a mishmash of telecoms services, including RA, agrees that they need to turn around their fortunes… but cannot say how they will do it.
A close look at the word ‘fraud’ reveals not just RA, but more besides…
The customer claimed not to have noticed the regular monthly transfers from his bank account.
Andrew Lipman, Senior Partner at legal firm Morgan Lewis, talks about the u-turn in US telco regulation and legal risk in general.
The UK’s new Corporate Offences of Failure to Prevent Facilitation of Tax Evasion (COFPFTE) Act may trip up British telcos when calls are unlawfully terminated overseas.
The shift to analytics hints at the kinds of business that Subex will buy, or the kind that Subex wants to be bought by.
Did you miss some big stories? These are the Commsrisk articles which received most attention during May.
This month’s RAG conference in Bonn will sandwich an incredible number of speakers into just two days.