CEO Börje Ekholm offered more platitudes about ethics after US prosecutors levied another big penalty for corruption.
Apps on almost 11 million infected devices played multiple video ads that were hidden so users would not see them.
Insiders at mobile network operator NetOne have been accused of a string of enormous frauds involving stolen vouchers and airtime.
A monitoring regime that was meant to address past failings did not identify or disclose bribes paid to terrorists in Iraq.
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.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is free after years of battling extradition to the USA but that does not make her innocent.
James Zhong stole USD3.3bn in cryptocurrency by executing many rapid withdrawals from online accounts.
The ‘JabberZeus’ cybercrime group were behind a wave of frauds that relied upon intercepting one time passwords sent by SMS.
The web of murky dealings surrounding state-owned operator Kazakhtelecom stretches from former President Nursultan Nazarbayev to Swedish telcos Telia and Tele2.
An argument has arisen about permission to export technology which has both civilian and military uses.