Small operational victories can be used to demonstrate the value of risk management, but there is still a need to confidently argue that risk management is in the business’ interest.
More security experts are saying we need to stop relying on passwords for security, and their arguments have been bolstered by a stream of security failures.
Many phone screens have been replaced after the original was smashed. What if the new screen had already been compromised by criminals?
Harmonizing roaming rates is a popular policy with Europeans, but will immediately increase fraud and reduce long-term investment.
Criminals are turning to the dark web to rent virtual phone numbers and purchase SIM cards for countries all over the world.
Living in a foreign country will not protect those Chinese suspected of running scams that target their homeland.
The South African regulator may demand an extra verification code be added to the porting process, but not everyone agrees that phone hijacking is linked to bank fraud.
Vodafone UK are slyly adding a charge for a new security product to customer bills, whilst failing to give decent advice about the product’s limitations.
If you only think about maths and algorithms you may ignore the ways that human behavior will undermine them.
Mexico banned the sale of Roku boxes because they are used for video piracy, but telcos have yet to begin measuring the extent of frauds like this.