Italian authorities found emails that show a British finance exec pressured the Italian unit of BT to cook their books using the same accounting ruse that led to Worldcom’s collapse.
You can learn a lot with machine learning, but you can never be sure that you will learn what you wanted to learn.
The first Middle Eastern member of the wholesaler’s club was clearly drawn to the forum’s increased emphasis of fraud management.
Phone users were unhappy about paying for internet access for a period when the government had interrupted service.
The Saudis have undoubtedly invested in spytech, but not everyone agrees they were involved in a conspiracy to blackmail Jeff Bezos.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has joined the chorus demanding more regulation of the net globally, but are UK proposals tantamount to imposing a press regulator by the back door?
A round-up of recent developments in the international debate concerning the security of Huawei’s 5G tech.
The online training platform of the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) attracts an extremely diverse range of students.
Vodacom Tanzania gave the government the money it wanted, but the international community of professionals sent a signal: we know the allegations were false.
The Portuguese vendor has issued an upbeat announcement about its annual performance… though it contains no sales figures.