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The failure to meet a Nigerian security requirement has destroyed 20 percent of the value of MTN Group.
With data from two global surveys, plus three case studies on new assurance, risk and anti-fraud techniques, everyone will want to attend the London RAG on November 12th.
The British fraud specialists are responding to urgent demand from telcos, who are panicked by a surge in voice traffic being redirected to data networks to avoid termination fees.
The UK telco suffered a sustained attack which may have compromised the banking details of all its customers.
This innovative conference also introduced a new award for telcos and individuals who had done most to drive the improvement of business assurance and risk management.
Google’s research into emergency calls shows why significant operational efficiencies can only be identified if you collect the right data in the first place.
Former Vimpelcom Chairman Augie K. Fabela II shares the questions he believes telcos must ask themselves, if they want to be prepared for cyberattacks.
The British supplier of test call generators will also use the money to recruit new developers and expand facilities.
AT&T’s report is basic but contains a few interesting nuggets of data. It assumes readers have little understanding of technology, which may make it useful to share with naive executives.