The conclusion of this two-part series reviews how bribery claims prompted Ericsson’s anti-corruption approach to evolve.
The PATCH Act would be a step towards the US government protecting the safe transit of goods and services in cyberspace like it protects them on the high seas.
The Disney-owned sports media business has cut expensive stars to offset a fall in revenues as customers turn away from cable networks.
The BT Leakage Susceptibility Model is currently undergoing evaluation by members of the Risk & Assurance Group.
At the SIGOS Düsseldorf conference I will argue telcos rarely maximize the value of test calls for checking bills, discouraging wider implementation of a useful control.
The first part of this two-part series summarizes how Ericsson came to be accused of paying bribes in 18 different countries.
On Thursday, I argued fear should be used to motivate increased investment in all kinds of risk and assurance. On Friday, WannaCry illustrated why.
Government tariff caps benefit customers who do not shop around, but discourage competition on price.
Psychology and stock market data suggest arguments for more investment in risk management and business assurance.
Global telecoms fraud is such a big business that it is worth more than the GDP of some countries.