The Risk & Assurance Group will hold free conferences in Johannesburg on October 1st and 2nd, Delhi on February 5th and 6th, and London on May 13th and 14th.
Customers of the Kenyan monopoly are being held to ransom after they unwittingly bought discounted prepaid tokens from crooked employees.
There is a spirited debate about the extent to which wholesale carriers should work together to tackle fraud.
The Federal Communications Commission voted to extend existing regulations so they can also pursue wrongdoers sending SMS messages or originating calls from outside the USA.
Investigation work by security consultancy Cybereason found that a group of state-sponsored hackers have been gradually infiltrating telco networks since at least 2012.
To prevent spoofing of caller IDs, the US needs competent organizations to issue digital certificates to telcos.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is monitoring progress with the use of a national blockchain ledger to stop unwanted marketing calls and messages.
Android devices were targeted by malware that took over other apps and used them to inflate advertising revenues.
Rob Durran steps up from General Manager to CEO of XINTEC, whilst co-founder Sean Killeen switches his focus to business development.
New rules mean UK telecoms consumers will be compensated for service failures without needing to complain.