A medical emergency teaches a lesson about priorities and why facts matter more than what we want to believe.
The GSMA says mobile money continues to expand but there is reason to doubt this is matched by investment in RAFM controls.
RAG’s London conference has been re-scheduled because of the extension to lockdown restrictions in the UK.
Fraudsters target stupid people. Anti-fraud programs could learn a lesson from them. (From the fraudsters, not from the stupid people.)
A survey by Applicaster shows why telco RA professionals should consider reapplying their skills to streaming video.
Telcos in countries with Goods & Services Tax should be wary of new versions of tax scams invented in countries with Value Added Tax.
Persistence is key to success. Challenges are overcome through cooperation. The web provides a way to find like-minded people.
By making Bitcoin legal tender, President Nayib Bukele has shown himself more astute than his foreign critics want you to appreciate.
A new series republishing some of the classic Commsrisk articles of yesteryear begins with the very first post on this website.
Beware the CEO of Spozom offering blockchain-powered goodness to your social media followers.