There is not much we can do to keep President Zelenskyy and ordinary Ukrainians safe from a military invasion, but we can keep the lines of communication open.
37 pages of Ofcom waffle could have been reduced to a few sentences saying they hope somebody else will tell them what to do.
Facebook has failings but this is not because it is new and unfamiliar technology. Its problems stem from a much older source of lies and mistakes: the vices of human beings.
Bandwidth and Vonage missed the FCC’s June 30 deadline but the regulator was unaware until paperwork was submitted in October.
An internal investigation by the network manufacturer suggests they avoided Iraqi Customs by using roads controlled by ISIS.
A majority of telecoms risk professionals are now impatient to meet so they can work together on common problems.
A strong line-up of risk and assurance speakers will come together at the University of New Orleans on April 5 and 6. Employees of comms providers and internet platforms may attend for free.
You need engineers to win a war, but you also need generals with the experience and determination to take the fight to your enemies.
A classic of Chinese literature was reimagined as a warning not to trust phone calls from strangers.
Serious policy goals like child protection deserve a serious commitment to objective facts.