It might take another two and a half years before Vodafone’s bill complaints reduce to the level of other UK telcos.
Which stories grabbed the attention of your peers? Here is a rundown of the most popular Commsrisk articles during June.
PwC’s report shows how little ambition telcos have, compared to the integrated way that other big businesses manage risk.
The distributed nature of blockchains means they are suited to combatting security and fraud risks on a distributed network.
British users installed apps which collect and send data to the regulator, creating a new form of performance monitoring.
The problem with risk management is the tendency to do nothing useful for a long time, before suddenly deciding to panic.
Both objective and subjective measures tell us that last week’s Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) conference in Germany was a success.
Are Danish authorities risking their own country’s security by approving exports of surveillance and decryption systems?
A pack that has been widely shared on LinkedIn demonstrates how blatant copyright infringement is destroying the incentive for innovation.
One obstacle to cloud-based RAFM services is sending data outside the telco. This should be turned into a selling point.