This month’s international round-up of news about the one-ring scam includes some unjustified optimism about its ‘eradication’.
FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel wants to know who has visibility of usage data before deciding if a foreign-owned business can provide comms services to Americans.
Too late! The RAG Survey of RAFMCS Professionals has now closed. All the data will be published at the beginning of November.
Lawyers for beIN described Saudi TV piracy as ‘the most widespread and damaging piracy operations that the world has ever seen’.
Philip Jansen, Chief Executive of BT, wants women to dial 888 so their late-night journeys can be monitored.
Telcos should not rely on unfounded assumptions when making decisions that might harm ordinary people.
Norman Marks ripped into the latest risk management advice from the Institute of Internal Auditors. Risk specialists working for comms providers must appreciate why new thinking will help them too.
A stock exchange filing revealed hackers gained access to the Electronic Data Transfer service that Syniverse provides to 235 telcos and other businesses.
Did you miss any big stories last month? These were the Commsrisk articles that received most attention during September.
Last week’s London conference demonstrated the importance of fostering high-quality interaction between risk professionals in a relaxed environment free from other distractions.