The world’s most bogus RAFM association tweeted about coming back, and “the premier international association for fraud risk management” thought that was good news.
The Communications Fraud Control Association has issued its 2019 Global Fraud Loss Survey and Digital Identity Cybercrime Report. However, some of the figures are obviously wrong.
Simple maths shows the Communications Fraud Control Association Global Fraud Survey was answered by only 61 telcos in 2019, though this was many more than responded in 2017.
Although Subex is an Indian firm, their user conference illustrated industry-wide challenges with achieving diversity.
There is no excuse for sharing data which is known to be out of date.
Telcos are turning to unsupervised machine learning to identify new and increasingly complex patterns of criminal behavior.
Embedded SIMs will counter some traditional fraud threats whilst creating new kinds of opportunities for ingenious hackers.
The world-famous Global Fraud Loss Survey of the Communications Fraud Control Association will now accept responses up to 4th August 2017.
For a discipline that works with numbers, we seem to have a blind spot when it comes to analyzing the number of women in our ranks.
Criminals who exploit mistakes made by telcos can still be guilty of a crime.