The Nigerian government says a 5 percent tax will be imposed on all calls, SMS messages and data usage.
George Monbiot, a writer and political activist with a cult-like following, has accepted an invitation to tell the CEO of Vodafone UK how his telco should handle bereavement.
Some of the biggest stories during July stemmed from North America, but the popularity of these articles also reflected sustained growth for Commsrisk’s audience in the USA and Canada.
The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) tendered for a replacement to the existing national RA system.
Symmetry CEO Bill Leahy has expanded his company’s portfolio by adding the PRISM fraud intelligence service that Yates supplies to over 60 telcos globally.
Pierce Gorman’s 34 years of engineering for T-Mobile and Sprint included a leading role in the creation of STIR/SHAKEN.
Karsten Nohl showed how cloud vulnerabilities could let hackers progress from spying on messages to taking down entire networks.
A deal between Singapore and Australia sees the East Asian country align with a growing web of similar deals between Western nations.
Many carriers said they were following best practices for fraud mitigation but IRSF and wangiri are still big problems.
The mobile operator will also spend another $150mn on upgrading security following a 2021 privacy breach that compromised data relating to 76.6 million people.