Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit used hidden cameras to record the criminal dealings of tech suppliers that sell IMSI-catchers and other tools that invade people’s privacy.
Market leading vendors – SIGOS, Subex, WeDo, Neural and Cartesian – have backed a collective bid to professionalize risk and assurance. The community should follow their lead.
Changes in the UK energy market have encouraged the creation of RA teams, meaning those with relevant skills are in demand.
Ghana’s Minister of Comms, Ursula Owusu Ekuful, wants to end “confusion” over which firm should audit telco revenues.
Combine the views of respected experts with recent news about electronic spying and we are left with grim expectations for how the internet of things will affect privacy.
Always say “yes” to Mozambican seafood, sometimes say “no” to consulting clients, and be careful what you say to fast-talking women at Customs.
The Aussie telco’s sloppy handling of patent information led the court to dismiss the application to keep it from the public.
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The latest stats show an upward surge from Vodafone postpaid customers who believe they have been billed incorrectly. Ofcom responded by making excuses instead of taking action.
Cartesian had seemingly bounced back from the threat of being delisted, but the announcement of disappointing 2016 revenues has knocked them again.