The UK regulator continues to make a mockery of billing accuracy rules by concluding it will do nothing to protect Vodafone customers, because they can complain for themselves.
When it comes to transferring personal data to the USA, the chief goal of the European Commission is to deceive Europeans about the implausibility of imposing EU data protection law.
PwC have published their 2016 survey of global information security, and the telecoms sector has taken a beating, despite a 37% rise in security spending.
Recent arguments in India and the USA show how political dogmatists have latched on to net neutrality, using it prohibit innovations that most of us would support.
Social networks encourage people to share animated GIFs, which are usually clips from films and TV shows. Will this copyright infringement create problems for ISPs?
RA has been around for over a decade, but the investigation of an old mistake by EE shows the UK regulator still has a naive understanding of human error and its implications.
The winter meeting of the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) was very successful, but we want the event to deliver even more in 2016.
My online education in Data Science begins by reviewing Udacity and edX courses that teach the Python programming language.
The best predictive models are built on solid statistical foundations. These should be constructed through preparatory work on descriptive and explorative analyses.
January was a bumper month, as readers returned to work with the intention of implementing their new year’s resolutions. These were the ten most popular articles on Commsrisk.