The story of an American becoming the first woman to lead the ITU in its 157-year history contrasts with another story about diversity only being welcome when it suits the goals of powerful nations.
Court orders to permit surveillance were reportedly only requested if incriminating evidence had already been found using Pegasus.
If regulators should worry about KYC, AML, data protection, fraud and cybersecurity they cannot simply ignore the integrity of revenues.
Philip Jansen, Chief Executive of BT, wants women to dial 888 so their late-night journeys can be monitored.
The Head of Regulatory Affairs at Multichoice Mozambique talks about business ethics and why she helped start Mozambique’s Coalition for Organisational Integrity
We must call out the obvious cases of discrimination that we see in the telecoms risk profession.
Well-known telecoms risk consultant Ambrose Nwadike died last week; fellow professionals paid tribute to a true gentleman.
There will be no change in the racial mix of the ‘leaders’ of our global profession until black and white people recognize the need to change their approach to education.
We optimize networks and revenues, but fail to optimize the value obtained from people who work in telco risk management.
The sexism of an academic shows why we must do more to support women working in telecoms risk management and assurance.