The lucrative nature of telecoms equipment crime is demonstrated by the profits seized from one British gang.
Germany has imposed ambitious rules that control how people express themselves on social media. There are still uncertainties with how the rules will be applied in practice.
Identifying customers by asking questions is a risk because the answers are also known to internal fraudsters. Safaricom will use voice biometrics to reduce fraud and boost service.
The Meltdown and Spectre security bugs are serious because they afflict many chips, but the measurement of the risks is trivial.
A young man walked free from a British court after admitting to 2,000 separate DDoS attacks. This is not the first time a court has neglected the damage done by DDoS.
The former Chairman of the National Communications Authority of Ghana is amongst those accused of misusing money allocated for the purchase of Israeli spyware.
Is this a sign that SIM swappers have started to target VIPs?
Is this a model for how to integrate risk management or just a way to lower costs?
Carriers that replay part of a phone conversation are more likely to be engaging in cynical profiteering than espionage.
Insurance brokerage Willis Towers Watson found that two-thirds of US cybersecurity insurance claims were prompted by the abuses or negligence of employees.