The Norwegian group blamed a one-off hit in their Q2 accounts on ‘erroneous omissions’ at Bangladeshi operator Grameenphone, which is 56 percent owned by Telenor.
Andy Rawnsley of the NICC told RAG Bonn about the great work done to reduce nuisance calls in the UK, but European telcos and regulators need to be more proactive about CLI spoofing.
An FCC decision permits AT&T to use analytics to identify and block likely fraudsters without the permission of the receiving party. However, not all nuisance calls will be blocked for free.
The base price for the RAFM market share leader is roughly equal to their annual revenues, but could rise by another USD27mn if performance targets are met.
The boss of an Alaskan carrier forged signatures to make it seem like she had secured valuable wholesale contracts. Previously she worked in risk management.
Criminals took control of 900 accounts for a new payments app from the Japanese operators of 7-Eleven convenience stores.
Vendors have until July 30th to submit a bid for one of the limited advertising slots on Commsrisk.
The prospectus for the Airtel Africa listing on the London Stock Exchange revealed large internal frauds in Kenya and Niger.
There are literally billions of bots masquerading as real users on Facebook, but no government or regulator protects Facebook customers from being wrongly billed.
What news grabbed the attention of telecoms risk and assurance professionals around the world? These were the ten most popular Commsrisk articles during June.