Edwin Fana and his accomplices stole data for 11,000 accounts, cloned mobile phones and made calls to the Caribbean.
Anyone committing telecoms fraud in China risks a very long prison sentence.
Figures from police and prosecutors help to explain why the UK has a serious problem with telco fraud.
The best risk is not the same as the least risk. Or, as Norman Marks might put it, risk should be managed within the context of our objectives.
BT’s top information security officer in the Americas tells us why boards take an increasing interest in securing their data.
Maths can be so clever and abstract that we lose sight of what we are trying to determine, and why.
This is the third year that the TMF has run a fraud survey.
Telcos are starting to provide free services to better compete with OTT providers and retain market share. But have they considered that free services still generate fraud leaks?
The Risk & Assurance Group has been busy encouraging the prevention of fraud. Two prominent British anti-fraud organizations were invited to reach out to members.
A wide-ranging conversation with Neural CCO Luke Taylor covers why he thinks Safaricom, T-Mobile USA and Turkcell are leaders and what he wants from industry associations.