Yesterday’s episode of RAG TV featured Joseph Nderitu sharing his story of being falsely accused by the Tanzanian regulator, and veteran investigator Ray Green explaining how to get the most from data.
The second installment of this serialization covers life in Keko Prison, where the government’s hostages share cells with murderers.
With fewer staff available, but a heightened need to maintain services, telcos and banks may suffer more fraud attacks. Business continuity plans should explicitly cover the management of fraud.
Tracfone agents generated commission by inventing fictitious applications for the US government’s Lifeline program.
Telcos need to adopt a multi-layered approach to protecting their customers from conmen.
Gina Pesheva talks about changing the role of RA teams and Tony Sani explains why he lets telcos use his blockchain for free.
In the first part of this three-part serialization, the former Head of RAFM at Vodacom Tanzania recounts the day when he and his colleagues were falsely accused of a conspiracy.
Fake news stories circulated on WhatsApp claim that the coronavirus epidemic began in Wuhan because it was the first city with a 5G network.
The international gateway providers were given 48 hours to end the flow of scam robocalls that originated overseas.
Have a break from reading about coronavirus by taking a look at the Commsrisk articles which received most attention during March.