An expert in number plan management talks about why he is partnering with the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG).
Catch up on the big stories with this rundown of the most popular articles during June.
Obtaining traffic from AT&T peering nodes is an efficient way for US electronic spies to monitor targets well beyond their borders.
Polish environmental group EcoLogic was charged for voice calls made in Sudan.
The management of some telecoms conferences is like a bad joke, except the joke is on the audience.
Increasing the speed of transmission and the number of devices connected to a network will magnify the inherent security vulnerabilities of SIM cards.
Jack Wraith MBE was inducted into the Risk Rewards Awards Hall of Fame for his lifetime contribution to fraud management.
Telco bosses were quick to distance themselves from ‘shady’ data brokers but many details about lax sharing of location data remain unresolved.
The short answer is ‘no’. But that will not stop people from spreading damaging pseudo-stats like this.
Criminals are trying to scam money by calling victims and telling them invented stories about kidnappings and accidents.