With the right technology, it is easy to determine what is happening on a network. It is difficult to understand why governments and telcos keep doing it the hard way.
An expert in number plan management talks about why he is partnering with the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG).
The short answer is ‘no’. But that will not stop people from spreading damaging pseudo-stats like this.
The widespread use of common number plan data would be a cost-effective way to stop fraud and improve billing accuracy.
A former prisoner complained when a Google search yielded the description of another prisoner who was a sex offender.
Some previous loose talk about telcos giving their data to government sounds even worse following revelations about the ways data, and people, have been abused in real life.
A mathematically inept analysis focuses on average monthly usage when the risks are driven by the deviation between months.
Finalists will be flown to Portugal to pitch their idea. Entries must be submitted by April 2nd.
Derek Canfield, TEOCO’s VP of Analytics, argues that customers would be better protected and served if telcos adopt a combination of analytics and DPI to manage encrypted traffic.
Automation and plenty of data means the credit worthiness of individuals can be assessed before they become subscribers.