Author Malcolm Gladwell has written about people suffering information overload. However, machines thrive on data. That is why fraudsters should be identified by computer algorithms.
The Chief Risk Officer of PayPal warns that fraudsters will increasingly target the users of mobile phones.
An amusing insight into why the importance and value of domain names may be falling for everyone except those with the biggest internet brands.
The major events of 2015 showed why it is so difficult for risk and assurance professionals to adapt to business and technology change, but also why they must.
Wannabe spies will enjoy GCHQ’s cryptographic twist on seasonal greetings.
A humorous look at how we gather information, asking us to step away from our dashboards, analytics and in-trays, and devote time to real conversation.
Telcos have a lot of data which is not being effectively used when assessing the credit risk of individual customers.
The Commission has put forward concrete proposals to counter geoblocking, but is still pondering variations on the ‘link tax’.
Why do telcos buy specialized test call generators when they could just use standard consumer-grade phones? And how can a standard phone be used to detect OTT bypass?
This online edX course from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers will suit anyone contemplating the suitability of cloud solutions for their business.