Californian prosecutors will send a SIM swapper to prison whilst New York launches its first SIM swap prosecution.
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A US indictment accuses Huawei of literally stealing a robot arm from T-Mobile. The risks of doing business with Huawei are widely known, so why does much of our industry ignore them?
Cartesian surveyed US consumers about the sharing of passwords for internet video streaming services.
A lousy journalist pieced together half-truths about social media and privacy in the hope of sustaining the UK’s SIM swap panic.
Batelco welcomed operators from around the region to the first Risk & Assurance Group conference held in the Middle East.
Telcos already have the assets needed to improve profitability, without developing technology. What we lack is the confidence to use those assets, and to manage the risks.
Biaas argues fraudsters exploit destinations on carrier price lists which cannot be used for normal international termination.
The People’s Republic of China extradited scammers from Bangladesh, Cambodia and the Philippines during 2018. Tensions with Taiwan stopped them from extraditing more.
Liars are using social media to spread myths about the way fraudsters take control of phone accounts.