Q2 results were in line with past quarters, but losses from new ventures are being covered by profits from established products.
The Commsrisk article which gained most attention during October addressed the question of whether there is racism in telecoms risk management.
Millions of people are being told they should avoid robocalls by not answering their phone. Telcos need to proactively manage the consequences in order to protect revenues.
Telecoms risk professionals must keep adding to the scope of their work in order to remain relevant. The resulting tension can lead to cracks in their coverage.
Rui Paiva, former CEO of WeDo Technologies, was the lead parliamentary candidate for his party in the Vila Real region of Portugal, but they finished 12th with just 425 votes.
The charts for September’s most popular Commsrisk articles were dominated by stories about wangiri fraud.
August was the third most popular month in the history of Commsrisk. The top story was unchanged since July, probably because the mainstream trade press were so slow to cover it.
Brain Krebs is normally a decent researcher of cybersecurity topics, but he let himself down when launching a scattergun attack on US mobile providers.
Customers of the Kenyan monopoly are being held to ransom after they unwittingly bought discounted prepaid tokens from crooked employees.
After negotiating the sale of WeDo to Mobileum, Rui Paiva has agreed to represent the new Iniciativa Liberal party in this year’s election for the Portuguese National Assembly.