Andy Rawnsley of the NICC told RAG Bonn about the great work done to reduce nuisance calls in the UK, but European telcos and regulators need to be more proactive about CLI spoofing.
An FCC decision permits AT&T to use analytics to identify and block likely fraudsters without the permission of the receiving party. However, not all nuisance calls will be blocked for free.
The boss of an Alaskan carrier forged signatures to make it seem like she had secured valuable wholesale contracts. Previously she worked in risk management.
Tour de France cheat Lance Armstrong always said he was tested more than anyone else. Now Huawei’s executives say the same thing.
With some handsets now costing over USD2,000, criminals are willing to use force to steal them.
Cheaper voice calls encourage crime, whilst SIP-enabled analytics is making fraud detection more instantaneous and automated than ever.
Jiangsu Zhongtian Technology (ZTT) submitted false documents when bidding for a contract in Zambia.
The vice chairman of Rogers says Huawei is “very, very close to the Chinese government” and they should not be allowed to gain control over Canada’s networks.
Edward Amoroso, founder and CEO of TAG Cyber, argued there are greater risks than trojans lurking in Huawei’s code.
Sean Coonce explained how his cryptocurrency account was emptied after his mobile phone account was taken over.