Media is the meeting ground for those who run big distribution empires and those who have the content people want. Any weakness of the former will be ruthlessly exploited by the latter.
Regulators in the USA want tech and comms companies to develop new ways to prevent illegal automated calls that result in billions of dollars of fraud each year.
Many expensive handsets are sold online via sites like eBay and Craigslist. We can reduce crime by watching these markets.
KPN is investing in the development of new cybersecurity technology. That may work for them, but not for every telco.
The regulator’s botched implementation of controls to verify who buys SIMs has taken work away from young people and caused a nightmare for telcos.
This new survey claims that cybercrime is the fourth most prevalent form of economic crime in Tanzania.
The ‘big four’ mobile operators in the USA intend to deliver a common secure authentication service by the end of the year.
To stop deception, the UK numbering plan needs fundamental change not offered by controls on termination rates.
The problem with looking for ‘unreasonable’ traffic management is nobody knows what ‘reasonable’ really means.
SS7 weaknesses are well-known, but AdaptiveMobile says this is the first time that attacks on the Diameter signaling protocol have been proven to occur.