Global Voice Group says its telco tax audits generate lots of money for African governments. The Republic of Guinea says otherwise.
The warnings will be presented for 6 months from January 31, then texts from unregistered senders will be automatically blocked.
A special team illegally gathered intelligence by using an IMSI-catcher and recording private phone conversations.
Warning a USD10bn comms provider that they could be cut off in 48 hours represents a significant escalation by the US regulator.
A monitoring regime that was meant to address past failings did not identify or disclose bribes paid to terrorists in Iraq.
New research warns many businesses selling networked devices could soon receive steep fines. Other countries are expected to follow suit.
Another major telco admits personal data was obtained by hackers who exploited a leaky API. 11% of all Americans are affected.
A risky civil suit by Britain’s Labour Party against allies of a former leader may sway the thinking of the country’s next Prime Minister.
German victims were lured into paying EUR2mn for bogus investments advertised on social media and the web.
CrowdStrike details a campaign that combines social engineering, smishing and remote code execution to infiltrate the systems of telcos, sometimes with the intention to perform SIM swaps.