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.
Subex provides BT with software for interconnect billing and revenue assurance.
The new regulation will require comms providers to create backdoors for encryption.
The fraud specialists continue to strengthen their team.
We can collect and share data to identify fraudsters but the same data can be used by fraudsters to target us.