Some research you have never heard of, but which somebody is paying for, illustrates why you should not believe everything you read.
Whilst the government boasts of securing the ability to audit telco revenues in ‘real time’, the reality is Ghana’s taxpayers are paying for an expensive mechanism to tax themselves.
A distributed ledger would potentially eliminate the delays in record keeping that are exploited by fraudsters. But could a blockchain ledger be updated for all roaming calls in real time?
Zimbabwe has raised taxes on mobile money and electronic transactions. There are better ways to stimulate a developing economy.
The Risk & Assurance Group tapped into the zeal and dynamism of work being done by North American telcos.
Wangiri frauds appear to be occurring more frequently, but there are methods to prevent them and to reduce their impact.
Tim Berners-Lee intends to guide ‘the next stage of the web’ but his plan to encourage users to create networked personal data pods suffers from an excess of ambition.
Professionals who switched industries will lead the first utilities-oriented meeting of the Risk & Assurance Group.
Residents of Guam have been warned about an apparent flood of wangiri calls.
The new online content covers roaming and fraud management, and can be freely accessed by anyone. Both courses were developed and donated by MTN Group.