A year to remember or a year to forget? These were 2021’s most important stories about communications risk and the themes that will dominate for many years to come.
Some people are likely to fall for phishing messages, whilst others are very good at identifying and reporting them.
A new law from Deputy Prime Minister Petra De Sutter is focused on improving communications services for consumers.
Demands for last-minute delays to the use of C-band spectrum for 5G can ultimately be blamed on US government infighting.
Scammers will not switch off their autodialers whilst they remain confident of making money.
Managing risk and contributing to our professional community can sometimes feel like thankless tasks. Here is some small thanks for eight of my heroes of the year.
It looked like the ruling NPP tried to break procedure to enact a new tax but some say it was a misunderstanding about using the toilet.
The Indian risk and assurance technology vendor revealed hackers had knocked them offline via a stock market filing.
The US telecoms industry desperately needs to make friends as well as issuing threats.
Social engineering was identified as the top cybersecurity risk per respondents to the RAG RAFMCS Survey 2021.