Analysys Mason reports that WeDo had 14 percent total share of the revenue assurance and fraud management markets.
Roger Ansin, Chairman of Callista, explains why PBX hacking continues to occur, and how it can be blocked by implementing powerful software-based rules.
Luke Taylor, CCO of Neural Technologies, told me about his company’s strategy and how they are positioning themselves to address evolving risks in the comms sector.
The Revenue Assurance Group will be meeting in London on Thursday 16th April. The detailed agenda includes fascinating talks from various speakers, and is available for download.
An FCC investigation of AT&T resulted in the regulator’s largest ever penalty for a privacy breach. The personal data of 280,000 customers had been abused as part of a scam to unlock stolen and second-hand handsets.
TMF survey results show that telcos are “deluding themselves”, according to cVidya’s CTO. To eradicate this kind of bias, the TMF should hold elections for team leaders.
A decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union means TV companies cannot be compensated for lost revenues if hyperlinks are used to circumvent their paywalls.
This is the 1000th article published on Commsrisk. A lot has changed since the first post, written in 2006. What should be the priorities for the next 1000 posts, and who should write them?
Google warns against visiting the GSM Association’s website because hackers may have planted spam or malware.
A legal case may wreck the ‘safe harbor’ deal which allows US firms to process EU personal data. If that forced everyone to fix real problems, it would be a good result.