The US Federal Bureau of Investigation wants businesses to consider using stronger authentication methods like biometrics.
LATRO Services is setting a positive example by promoting the use of the RAG Wangiri Blockchain at their user conference, to be held in Dubai on October 16th and 17th.
The leading network vendor believes they have violated US anti-corruption laws and will need to pay USD1bn in fines as punishment for how their staff did business in six countries.
Andrew Penn, boss of Australia’s largest telco, called for industry, government and regulators to collaborate on wangiri fraud.
Americans also receive 16 nuisance calls per month on average, according to Hiya, suppliers of robocall-blocking apps.
There is a battle to control an investor in Cell C whilst the telco is fighting debt and interruptions of service for popular apps.
Wangiri fraudsters have been launching new attacks around Europe.
A Vice report into US ‘phone farmers’ tried to glamorize the making of money through automated clicking on mobile adverts, but mostly made the fraudsters sound like losers.
Customers complained via social media about receiving 50 or 60 calls from slightly different originating numbers within African ranges.
The hackers known as ChucklingSquad have repeated their SIM swapping tricks with Jack Dorsey, founder and CEO of Twitter, becoming their latest victim.