Italian authorities found emails that show a British finance exec pressured the Italian unit of BT to cook their books using the same accounting ruse that led to Worldcom’s collapse.
Vodacom Tanzania gave the government the money it wanted, but the international community of professionals sent a signal: we know the allegations were false.
The Portuguese vendor has issued an upbeat announcement about its annual performance… though it contains no sales figures.
How long does it take to gather evidence, if you already know who committed the fraud and how much they owe?
Commsrisk expert Joseph Nderitu was also jailed. Tanzania’s regulator has since kept silent; their case smells fishy.
ETSI standard TS 103 457 could be used to limit access to sensitive network functions running on public clouds.
There were three big stories that especially grabbed the attention of readers last month.
The Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) found that a USD2bn initiative has not resolved the security issues identified in their 2018 report.
With almost three months before they begin, RAG has already confirmed some of the best-known speakers for their events.
Copyright infringement is not a victimless crime, and the heavy hand of the law is being used to keep it in check.