The Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS) is meant to provide a “security assurance framework” for vendors.
The US Department of Justice has detailed some of the eye-watering amounts spent on bribes to win contracts from governments and telcos in China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Djibouti and Kuwait.
The leading network vendor believes they have violated US anti-corruption laws and will need to pay USD1bn in fines as punishment for how their staff did business in six countries.
Instead of levying a charge based on the cost of their software platform, might a B/OSS provider charge only for the actual service performed?
The conclusion of this two-part series reviews how bribery claims prompted Ericsson’s anti-corruption approach to evolve.
The first part of this two-part series summarizes how Ericsson came to be accused of paying bribes in 18 different countries.
The announcement of a global business assurance marriage fails to explain why the rest of us should care.
Ericsson has acquired a firm with a track record in assurance. Will it know how to use the consultants that joined their staff?
Here is a tiny news snippet that caught the eye. Ericsson have reportedly offered to provide business consulting services to help India’s largest operator, BSNL,…
The Risk Management Group (TRMG), a UK-based group composed of several small businesses and freelancers, has issued a one-line press release. Curiously, it says they…