Stéphane Richard was given a one-year suspended sentence relating to the misuse of public funds in 2008 whilst he was an aide to French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde.
Privacy-conscious customers of Apple will be concerned about the way vulnerabilities have been exploited.
Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco wants a stream of new prosecutors with experience of fighting cyber crime across borders.
If Belgium’s phone users are expected to report suspicious phone numbers then telcos should do the same.
Canadian law generally prohibits the naming of offenders aged 17 or under.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) wants telcos to use multi-factor authentication for all ‘high risk’ customer interactions.
After insisting telcos are tax cheats, Global Voice Group now wants to be paid to process transactions it has already been paid to audit.
Eric Adams, the newly-elected Mayor of NYC, signaled a change in political attitudes towards cryptocurrencies and the innovative businesses that use them.
If regulators should worry about KYC, AML, data protection, fraud and cybersecurity they cannot simply ignore the integrity of revenues.
The Secure Equipment Act effectively forbids Huawei, ZTE and three other Chinese manufacturers selling new equipment to US telcos.