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UK telco TalkTalk has simplified systems since it was hacked in 2015. The extent of that work illustrates why the safest system is one which has been decommissioned.
The average American now gets 12 automated calls a month. Many are spam; some spread fraud. Other countries will face the same issue unless we find common industry solutions.
Telephony imposed a universal principle which will die as we transition to OTT. However, the numbering principle also serves other important goals, and will be difficult to replace.
A survey of 35,000 people in 13 countries showed a connection between piracy and income. However, the financial backers of the research have their own reasons to downplay piracy.
Mobile phones are a magnet for digital criminals. Telcos like Safaricom are showing how they strive to protect customers.
User data for the world’s sixth most popular website was compromised by hackers who intercepted SMS messages sent to employees.
It is difficult to move forward collectively if nobody shares their roadmap.
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The Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre has publicly stated security concerns for the first time in its history.