Circles.Life was given an AUD199,800 fine and will pay another AUD100,000 to compensate customers after failing to perform identity checks that would have stopped frauds.
Hold Security found files on the dark net with emails and social security numbers for 23mn people who were customers of AT&T.
The US comms provider said hackers obtained information about 125 businesses that use their services.
Details for 5.4 million accounts were breached, prompting Twitter to find new ways to shift responsibility for privacy on to users.
528 relatives of Americans killed by terrorists want compensation because of ‘protection’ payments Ericsson made whilst delivering contracts to Wataniya, Asiacell and Korek Telecom in Iraq.
Argishti Khudaverdyan used phishing and social engineering to fool T‑Mobile employees into giving him access to corporate systems.
There has been a flurry of investigations into Chinese-owned firms that import or manufacture phones, including Huawei and Xiaomi.
The Nigerian government says a 5 percent tax will be imposed on all calls, SMS messages and data usage.
George Monbiot, a writer and political activist with a cult-like following, has accepted an invitation to tell the CEO of Vodafone UK how his telco should handle bereavement.
Some of the biggest stories during July stemmed from North America, but the popularity of these articles also reflected sustained growth for Commsrisk’s audience in the USA and Canada.