A monitoring regime that was meant to address past failings did not identify or disclose bribes paid to terrorists in Iraq.
New research warns many businesses selling networked devices could soon receive steep fines. Other countries are expected to follow suit.
German victims were lured into paying EUR2mn for bogus investments advertised on social media and the web.
CrowdStrike details a campaign that combines social engineering, smishing and remote code execution to infiltrate the systems of telcos, sometimes with the intention to perform SIM swaps.
A search of government-run telecoms facilities in Thailand led to the disconnection of 30 cables that ran across the border.
Twitter accounts were created solely to generate revenue for telcos from two-factor authentication SMS messages.
Internet vigilante and YouTuber Jim Browning used his hacking skills to obtain compelling evidence about the bosses of an Indian scam call center who were then arrested but never prosecuted.
The jury decided that the US telco had committed conventional simbox fraud and abused a roaming tariff only offered to Haitians.
A new law will result in tougher security requirements for manufacturers of IoT devices. It is associated with a European standard that will likely become the global baseline.
A new website with videos that have been viewed thousands of times on YouTube is offering dodgy services that are strikingly similar to a phone surveillance service from 2017.