After a busy series of conferences in 2017, the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) already has two international events lined up in January and April.
Two different stories about the beneficiaries of fraud reveal how little is really known by either telcos or law enforcement.
Telcos are turning to unsupervised machine learning to identify new and increasingly complex patterns of criminal behavior.
The Director of Ghana’s Cyber Crime Unit says fraudsters have attempted to defraud half of the country’s mobile money users.
Telcos have until December 8th to respond.
The South African telco will authenticate postpaid subscribers by deploying fingerprint technology in all of their stores.
Attendees of RAG conferences all receive a free lunch, but there are no free lunches in business. RAG works the numbers so you meet more top professionals, but fewer salesmen.
Embedded SIMs will counter some traditional fraud threats whilst creating new kinds of opportunities for ingenious hackers.
Journalists and former police officers are helping each other to mislead the public about an easily disputed connection between copyright-infringing software and equipment safety.
Former marketing exec Janet West told her assistant to purchase fictitious services using the assistant’s corporate credit card.