If we use honeypots to lure and identify criminals working outside of telcos, why not use the same method to catch insiders?
The criminal gang used the phone numbers and email addresses of BT customers to make luxury purchases with PayPal.
Nominal share capital will be halved through a plan that will require shareholder and regulatory approval. Subex’s growth is expected to top 7% and they are open to looking at acquisitions.
Telco risk managers learn most from each other, but that means they must attend the same events. Here are five arguments to boost conference participation.
The TRACED Act demanded the appointment of a privately-led consortium tasked with tracing unlawful robocalls back to their origin.
Ukrainian business Sciforce believes machine learning has the potential to identify anomalies in unstructured data which are indicative of corrupt transactions.
Persuading the unwary to allow remote access to their computers is an old trick, but it supposedly is used to execute SIM swaps.
Who says predictions can only be made at the beginning of the year? Here are some forecasts that may tickle your funny bone, or send shivers down your spine.
The National Cyber Security Centre’s summary of telecoms security risks will interest specialists in other countries too.
The former Worldcom CEO died following his early release from prison. He served 13 years for a USD11bn fraud.