The privacy infringement targeted politicians and journalists who had been outspoken about corruption.
The deadline for the new survey is November 27.
If customers lack faith in telcos it is because of how they are treated when confronted with real, and expensive, problems.
A national advisory body did research showing how customers continue to pay for handset-inclusive deals even if they neglect to change their phone.
How will digitalization of telco services create new issues for risk and assurance practitioners? That subject is covered by this presentation, given at the Subex User Conference in Zagreb.
The series that reviews MOOCs and other online training courses continues with the second ‘term’ of the reorganized Udacity nanodegree for data analysts.
Irish mobile operators have responded by blocking calls to specific numbers in Liberia and the Comoros Islands.
It makes sense for India’s authorities to invest in tackling cybercrime as part of the transition to a cashless society.
Two recent stories in the UK press show how everyone hopes network operators will suffer the cost of other people’s mistakes.
Africans will benefit by easily and cheaply moving money. Telco assurance teams must cooperate to mitigate the risks.