Huawei Chairman Guo Ping made a robust speech at MWC, but the reporting of his words suggests some telecoms journalists have only a tenuous understanding of security risks.
When seeking to reduce crime, the content of a message is as important as the security surrounding that message.
If security and innovation were driven by empty talk then the EU would be the world leaders they pretend to be.
Assurance teams will have to be agile if they want to cope with fundamental changes to telecoms. Their agility depends on a combination of processes, technologies and knowledge.
More and more experts have pointed out the flaws in risk matrices, also known as heat maps. Telcos should have adopted better ways of presenting and ranking risks by now.
Absurdly exaggerated statistics are more likely to damage professional credibility than increase vendor sales.
The reported success of the “Get it Right” campaign may just reflect changing patterns in how people infringe copyright.
Vodacom has pursued its investigation for years but none of its employees have been arrested.
Americans received 15.8 automated calls on average during January. One response involves creating a database that will confirm if a number is still allocated to a particular person.
The Swedish Patents and Market Court of Appeal decided a blocking injunction was disproportionate.