Fraudsters target stupid people. Anti-fraud programs could learn a lesson from them. (From the fraudsters, not from the stupid people.)
Beware the CEO of Spozom offering blockchain-powered goodness to your social media followers.
NASA expects the mobile network technology will be more reliable and work at greater distances.
Anyone wearing a networked genital lock should think about technology security as well as physical security.
An old man who taught himself to read also taught lessons of value to a modern professional.
Telco risk managers learn most from each other, but that means they must attend the same events. Here are five arguments to boost conference participation.
Who says predictions can only be made at the beginning of the year? Here are some forecasts that may tickle your funny bone, or send shivers down your spine.
Absurdly exaggerated statistics are more likely to damage professional credibility than increase vendor sales.
The management of some telecoms conferences is like a bad joke, except the joke is on the audience.
Everybody likes superheroes, so perhaps the comic heroes of RAFM should return to fight more battles against marketing penguins and audit robots.