The ‘JabberZeus’ cybercrime group were behind a wave of frauds that relied upon intercepting one time passwords sent by SMS.
Singtel CEO Yuen Kuan Moon said “there is much work to be done” to restore confidence in Australia’s second-largest mobile operator.
For the first time in its history, the FCC is preemptively banning new tech because its suppliers are considered a threat to national security.
Nobody buys technology just because it is technology. They buy technology because they want to use it to satisfy their goals.
Indiana’s top prosecutor is showing the public how telcos facilitate bad traffic by allowing crooks to hide behind a series of fronts.
A new website with videos that have been viewed thousands of times on YouTube is offering dodgy services that are strikingly similar to a phone surveillance service from 2017.
There has been a tremendous response to the Risk & Assurance Group’s first fraud inventory for comms providers but our industry must be even more united if we are to defeat fraud.
Indians suffer many scam calls but TRAI Chairman PD Vaghela wants to leverage data obtained when users register a new SIM.
Simcash tells users their phone will relay one time passwords and similar A2P messages but consumer reviews suggest that is false.
The creators of PGPP want to protect users from IMSI-catchers and location monitoring by rotating IMSIs and obfuscating geography but their methods are unlikely to scale and have important drawbacks.