British vendor Neural Technologies has won a competitive tender to supply Singaporean comms provider StarHub with a replacement fraud management system.
Complaints by Vodafone customers forced Ofcom to instigate an unprecedented review of billing errors, even though Vodafone’s bills have already been audited.
Sky News used technology from a German security firm to detect at least 20 IMSI-catchers over a period of three weeks. The Police neither confirms nor denies ownership of the IMSI-catchers.
The revenue assurance requirements of the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) read like a fantasy wishlist.
Tanzania’s parliament is demanding a speedy investigation after a whistleblower claimed USD350mn had been stolen by a dealership that pirated electronic recharge vouchers.
Nobody wants to be knocked off the network because of a few naughty characters. But recent incidents are a useful reminder that the systems we rely upon can sometimes be brittle.
Are customers willing to pay for privacy? Some say there are no stupid questions, but if there are stupid questions, this is one of the stupidest.
Lobbyists say they check internet congestion with test data from ISP customers. But does a key backer have other motives?
June 15th is the deadline for responses to the Communications Fraud Control Association’s 2015 fraud loss survey.
Philip Zimmermann, inventor of PGP and co-founder of encrypted comms supplier Silent Circle, spoke to the UK’s Guardian newspaper about his fear of surveillance.