This month’s international round-up of news about the one-ring scam includes some unjustified optimism about its ‘eradication’.
Thomas Tschersich believes the key to realizing security by design is to turn security functions from cost centers into sources of value.
Muhammad Fahd bribed AT&T insiders like Marc Sapatin to unlock handsets and infect the operator’s systems with malware.
The creation of the new Sectrio brand highlights Subex’s desire to expand beyond their historic base in telecoms by selling network security products across many sectors.
No evidence was presented to back a recent assertion about a new fraud becoming more common, but the risk is genuine.
Experts argued over whether the Mobile Ecosystem Forum’s SMS Protection Registry has reduced SMS phishing in Britain.
Former executives at mobile operator O2 may have violated anti-bribery laws.
New York prosecutors claim Eugeni ‘Zhenya’ Tsvetnenko took the largest share of profits from a premium SMS auto-enrolling scam.
They say you must be insane to repeat the same act whilst expecting a new result. Consider the sanity of relying on repeated warnings to protect customers from the world’s most common phone scam.
Paul Fletcher MP, the Australian Minister for Communications, says the rising number of blocked calls is proof that the country’s anti-scam strategy is working.