Telcos need to employ trustworthy investigators because crime occurs within companies as well as to them.
Employees of the market-leading analytics firm talked about escaping the ‘nightmare’ created by sales figures which were ‘bullshit’.
Numeracle warned the FCC about mislabeled calls but praised the third big call analytics firm, First Orion, for tackling the issue.
Safaritech said MTN Ghana owed USD730mn in back taxes. Attention soon turned to the lies Safaritech had told about themselves.
Ericsson hid the existence of an investigation into bribes paid to Islamic State for two years. 37 investors now want compensation.
The government of former President John Magufuli created a system for extorting money from telcos and other businesses.
LetterOne says its ownership of Upp is not a national security risk because they are no longer controlled by Russian oligarchs.
Corruption, hacking, lawsuits against regulators, two-factor authentication by SMS, the UN, GVG, 5G and Elon Musk were among the topics for the first episode of our new conversation program.
CEO Börje Ekholm offered more platitudes about ethics after US prosecutors levied another big penalty for corruption.
The ITU illustrates how few background checks are performed before privately-owned businesses are trusted to roll out powerful new forms of network surveillance.