Another varied show featured an interview with Mike Willett, an expert in analytics and long-standing friend of Commsrisk.
RA teams always had skills that could be applied to cost reduction, but may have lacked the ambition. Changing priorities mean they should realign themselves to cost-conscious CEOs.
Resistance to treating RA as a branch of data science ignores the realities of who leads innovation in the field and why they do it.
Saudi Arabia’s incumbent operator has taken the lead with developing a previously neglected aspect of business assurance.
Nobody will recognize the value of multitalented, versatile assurance professionals unless our community fights for better training.
Security breaches caused most leakage for comms providers, whilst RA-style leakages were worth almost double the value of fraud.
The future starts with an impossible idea and then developing the means to make it possible. Here are three impossibly utopian ideas for RA and a roadmap to make them possible.
The final episode of RAG TV Season 2 featured two classy communicators: Kathy Romano of global media firm Discovery and Bryan Rowe of innovative fraud developers Six Degrees.
Yesterday’s episode of RAG TV saw Nikhil Sehgal of Colt explaining the role of engineering governance, and Steffen Öftring of SIGOS talking about web-based risk training.
Few telco functions can deal with the challenges created by the current pandemic in the way business assurance teams can.