The ‘JabberZeus’ cybercrime group were behind a wave of frauds that relied upon intercepting one time passwords sent by SMS.
For the first time in its history, the FCC is preemptively banning new tech because its suppliers are considered a threat to national security.
The FCC drew special attention to the 22.8% of Truphone shares owned by sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich.
Are new Russian operators being established so quickly in occupied territory because the military relies on civilian networks, or could there be a darker purpose?
The story of an American becoming the first woman to lead the ITU in its 157-year history contrasts with another story about diversity only being welcome when it suits the goals of powerful nations.
Commanders responsible for psychological operations have been ordered to report to the government on how they use social media.
An argument has arisen about permission to export technology which has both civilian and military uses.
Past government neglect is to blame for the slow pace of a review into the purchase of Truphone by German used car trader Hakan Koç.
Billionaire Patrick Drahi now owns 18% of BT, but it is clear that national security laws would be used to block a takeover.
Russia’s largest telco took internet traffic that should have gone to the largest US company but the response was muted.