Pirate TV provider beoutQ blatantly copies the feed of beIN Sports, but FIFA must be pragmatic about Saudi copyright abuse.
Ricardo Martinelli has powerful friends but the US approved his extradition so he can be tried for using advanced tech to spy on the comms of other Panamanian politicians.
Opponents of a new system to audit telecoms revenues argue it may be unconstitutional.
Business email compromise schemes are not going away, as demonstrated by the number recently arrested by US federal authorities.
Uganda’s regulator will investigate MTN to see what more can be done about customers sending mobile money to the wrong numbers.
Whistleblowing hotlines are a good source of intelligence, but staff need to be encouraged to use them.
Telenor’s Swedish ISP has changed its policy on The Pirate Bay though no new court order has been issued.
Over 100 professionals have registered for free access to the beta trial of RAG Learning, an online training platform from the Risk & Assurance Group.
Ethical professionals should question both the competence and the motives of anyone supporting the ludicrously expensive ‘real-time’ national RA system being implemented in Ghana.
The purchase of an RA solution by Safaricom causes a journalist to confuse his readers and draw all the wrong conclusions.