The risk of supply chain infiltration is real. But is there physical evidence to support Bloomberg’s story about Chinese spy tech?
The FCC imposes a USD82mn fine on a marketeer who made 21mn illegal robocalls and seeks another large fine for a firm that hid behind the numbers of innocent people.
Telco fraud losses will fall just because voice calls are becoming cheaper, but inexpensive international services also encourage cross-border crime targeted at telco subscribers.
There is no excuse for sharing data which is known to be out of date.
Why has the telecoms industry not been able to eliminate bypass and wangiri fraud, two of the oldest and most prevalent frauds?
The Hardenstance index tracks sales by eight important vendors of network security. Last quarter was positive; most vendors enjoyed a significant rise in sales year-on-year.
The operators want to authenticate subscribers when they use online services provided by other businesses.
Payfone says they have the ‘definitive’ means of preventing SIM swaps, but prospective customers will need to ask questions about what the tech really does.
If the whole world suddenly finds itself unable to connect any calls to Australia, the blame lies with this news article.
New Zealand is a long way from other countries, and most of it is sparsely populated. So how would they maintain telecoms services if confronted by a natural disaster?