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.
The US telcos were able to authenticate the digital signature that proves the source of a call that originated on another network.
The corruption of African journalism has consequences for the regulation of telecoms providers.
There are ways to improve the security surrounding of cryptocurrency, but legislators cannot fathom them.
The Telecommunications UK Fraud Forum (TUFF) has promised to cover intellectual property rights in future versions of their training courses.
After successful conferences in 2016, 2017 and 2018, many think RAG should return to London in 2019. Here are the reasons to hold RAG’s European conference in Bonn instead.