Amnesty International says handset spyware from NSO Group is ‘the tip of the iceberg’ but they still underestimate how far the comms sector has been corrupted by government surveillance.
It is not possible for the telecoms sector to serve both ordinary people and the governments that oppress them.
The superficial way Huawei seeks to engender public trust just adds to the reasons to be suspicious.
Academics from Princeton found more than half the numbers they obtained could be linked to personal data about former users.
German spooks and cops are upgrading their surveillance strategy to cope with 5G.
The Cellusys-Kaleido signaling security survey contains many other statistics that will trouble risk managers and ordinary phone users.
Police say they cracked the Sky ECC message app, which has 170,000 users and is allegedly used by drugs traffickers. However, a string of similar operations suggests a flawed strategy.
Mobdro was believed to have been the most downloaded pirate streaming app in the world.
Brendan Cleary, CEO of Cellusys, told the RAG TV audience about security weaknesses that put all phone users at risk.
Telenor Group CEO Sigve Brekke explained why the leading operator in Myanmar ‘strongly objects’ to draconian new laws.