Tour de France cheat Lance Armstrong always said he was tested more than anyone else. Now Huawei’s executives say the same thing.
Cheaper voice calls encourage crime, whilst SIP-enabled analytics is making fraud detection more instantaneous and automated than ever.
Mike Willett, EY Partner and former Telstra RAFM Director, explains how to get more from the analysis of data.
Last week’s Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) conference saw the launch or upgrade of work on wangiri, online training, leakage coverage, modeling software, and a preview of RAG TV.
A superficial paradox about calculating the benefits of permanently fixing the root causes of leakage has allowed bad practitioners to drive RAFM down a dead end.
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Atul Jain, CEO of TEOCO, believes telcos need to understand the user’s perspective in order to make better business decisions.
Commsrisk is on course to smash all previous records for the number of visitors during a calendar year. Traffic in May was driven by concern with the global rise in wangiri fraud.
Some of the worst RAFM conference organizers have seemingly given up.
National regulators try to address the problem of call back fraud by raising customer awareness, but international criminals appear to be more active than ever.