What are the biggest stories in telecoms risk management? These Commsrisk articles received most attention during May.
The world’s most bogus RAFM association tweeted about coming back, and “the premier international association for fraud risk management” thought that was good news.
International fraud expert Colin Yates has also agreed to provide an independent check of the quality of the wangiri fraud intelligence shared via the blockchain.
Fraud managers who seek superior profits by refusing to share intelligence are wrong about crime, economics and customers. That is why they would never dare say publicly what they admit in private.
Network elements will not produce CDRs in a 5G architecture. This will force RA teams to think about what it means to assure revenues.
There has been no fall in the number of times the public is alerted to spikes in wangiri fraud, but the content of the warnings has evolved.
The FCC and FTC accused telcos in Canada, the UK and USA of either originating or transmitting fraudulent robocalls.
A survey by the UK regulator found that fewer than half of landline and mobile subscribers had received a nuisance call in the previous four weeks.
Google reports that the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) received visitors from 470 cities in 93 countries across both days of the RAG Online conference.
Another full day of live interactive content will feature experienced telecoms controls and risk practitioners speaking from their homes in Australia, Cyprus, France, Germany, India, the UAE, and the USA.