Adriaan Pillay is accused of collecting kickbacks from an IT supplier which were then shared with his boss.
Infosys is a USD12bn business attempting to foster anti-fraud collaboration by abusing the trust of a small nonprofit.
The Canadian Chapter of the Internet Society is worried that anti-spoofing rules will create a ‘two-tier’ telecoms market.
Forensic investigator, lawyer and cybercrime expert Jacqueline Fick was the guest for Episode 7 of the current season of RAG TV.
Cognitive dissonance leads people to pretend that businesses are committed to reducing fraud even when those businesses resist simple and effective forms of cooperation.
The UK could have just passed a law to ban GSM gateways, like other countries do. Layers of bureaucracy made a mess instead.
The long arm of the American law still pursues more convictions after already imprisoning and fining a series of business executives.
In the 1970’s bankers worked out how to use secure messaging to prevent any discrepancies when making international transfers. The same method would work for international calls.
There is a lot of overlap between behavior indicative of fraud and behavior that should be stopped by a fair usage policy.
DarkMarket was said to have enabled USD140mn of transactions between 2,400 vendors and almost 500,000 users.