National regulators try to address the problem of call back fraud by raising customer awareness, but international criminals appear to be more active than ever.
GozNym snatched passwords from thousands of computers, leading to the theft of USD100mn from online bank accounts.
The encrypted OTT comms service has allegedly been undermined by malicious code that allows spies to take control of a mobile phone’s OS.
Serial fraudster Nicholas Truglia stole USD24mn of cryptocurrency from the account of entrepreneur Michael Terpin.
Words and actions confirm that the US fears Chinese exploitation of 5G and telecoms networks in general.
Vodacom finds itself being squeezed for money by another African government, this time in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The growth in robocalling and associated fraud has prompted serious consumer protection initiatives on both sides of the Atlantic.
Businesses may be duped into dialing expensive numbers in the mistaken belief they are calling genuine customers.
A new European Union law will protect whistleblowers from retaliation if they draw attention to crimes like money laundering or the abuse of personal data.
Joakim Reiter, External Affairs Director of Vodafone Group, says the EU single market is undermined by having different electronic comms rules in each country.