Onur Aksoy is charged with selling knock-off Cisco equipment that had been disguised in China to look like the latest tech.
There are so many Commsrisk articles about nuisance calling and Cold War 2 that each topic deserves a separate category.
Roy Cox was never made to pay a USD1.1mn penalty for past violations but is now blamed for 3.5% of all US robocalls since 2018.
A leading Canadian telco failed emergency services, banks and retailers as well as phone users, but the cost of the backlash is likely to be far worse than just the revenues lost and compensation paid.
The new i3forum-RAG survey of international wholesale fraud showed widespread dissatisfaction with regulatory frameworks.
Other governments should also seek to learn from Tanzanian policies that backfired.
One billion bad calls were ‘authenticated’ during June by systems which were supposed to protect Americans from bad calls.
The California-headquartered suppliers of risk and security technology will also continue recruiting in India, which will be home to over two-thirds of their global headcount.
Losses to scams increased by 84 percent in 2021 but there was also a 50 percent reduction in the number of phone scams reported.
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