The French vendor provides analysis of the termination rates charged by international carriers.
Philippine internet gaming firms that target Chinese players have been blamed for illegal immigration and phone frauds.
Fraudsters in Gurgaon, India, were raided by police after British hacker Jim Browning published recordings of their crimes.
This February ranked as the third most popular month in Commsrisk’s history. Take a look at the articles which drew the attention of telco risk professionals worldwide.
Nobody likes criticism, but refusing to find fault leaves our profession hostage to duplicity and mediocrity.
The numbers were used by English-speaking fraudsters wanting to obtain remote access to their victims’ computers.
Ghana’s government rejected claims that corruption was behind the appointment of KelniGVG as their national RA auditors.
The Arab telco group has bought Help AG, a security consultancy founded in Germany but which established offices in the Middle East during 2004.
The US government has told allies about backdoors in Huawei equipment, according to the Wall Street Journal. However, the CEO of Orange is less than impressed.
The recent wangiri attack upon Kenyans emphasizes the need for global cooperation to prevent wangiri fraud.