The British operator implemented a new firewall in July but has not always been so adroit at protecting customers.
US telecoms fraud can be so convoluted that just describing the crime gives you a headache.
18 million fraudulent SMS messages were blocked during the first full month the firewall was operational.
A lone CFCA board member says scammers have hijacked the CFCA logo and are trying to trick people into paying them money.
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There is no excuse for sharing data which is known to be out of date.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.