Episode 7 of RAG TV featured Ingrid Azzopardi, who leads the internal audit function at Maltese operator GO, and machine learning guru Dr. George Bolt of Neural Technologies.
The FCC and FTC accused telcos in Canada, the UK and USA of either originating or transmitting fraudulent robocalls.
They say a fool and his money are soon parted. Or you could invest USD8,150 on a report that says the pandemic has led the top 100 revenue assurance vendors to change their strategies.
Few telco functions can deal with the challenges created by the current pandemic in the way business assurance teams can.
From satellite tracking to CDR data to contact-tracing apps, many mechanisms are being used to monitor people’s movements. This raises concerns about the balance between health and privacy.
With fewer staff available, but a heightened need to maintain services, telcos and banks may suffer more fraud attacks. Business continuity plans should explicitly cover the management of fraud.
Gina Pesheva talks about changing the role of RA teams and Tony Sani explains why he lets telcos use his blockchain for free.
Fake news stories circulated on WhatsApp claim that the coronavirus epidemic began in Wuhan because it was the first city with a 5G network.
The international gateway providers were given 48 hours to end the flow of scam robocalls that originated overseas.
AdaptiveMobile Security has witnessed an increase in spam that exploits anxiety about the novel coronavirus. These attacks fall into three categories.