Google has a cunning plan to ‘enhance’ your privacy by forcing you to accept cookies which rival browsers increasingly block.
We have the technology to share hard data about revenue assurance and fraud management, but we continue to spread subjective opinions instead.
A hardened 19 year old cybercriminal was only caught because the police searched his computer for sexual images.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein has persuaded the bulk of US telephony providers to adopt eight principles for stopping nuisance robocalls.
Internet personalities James Charles, Amanda Cerny and King Bach all blamed AT&T for losing control of their accounts.
The Risk & Assurance Group will hold free conferences in Johannesburg on October 1st and 2nd, Delhi on February 5th and 6th, and London on May 13th and 14th.
Brain Krebs is normally a decent researcher of cybersecurity topics, but he let himself down when launching a scattergun attack on US mobile providers.
The Finnish Market Court ruled that the ISP need not make payments to a collection society because their IPTV streams are original broadcasts, not retransmissions of over-the-air TV.
A Wall Street Journal investigation says Huawei staff intercepted encrypted messages by opponents of Uganda’s government, and helped Zambia’s police to arrest opposition bloggers.
The fraudsters provided cheap calls to Indian expats working in the Middle East. Their gang was led by Nazim Khan, a high school drop out who was also arrested for bypass fraud in 2017.