The inevitable decline of some revenue streams will kill certain types of fraud, but do not expect the fraudsters to take early retirement.
Arguably telcos are being bullied into doing deals with Viber to secure some revenue from OTT bypass traffic.
Our research shows that OTT bypass affects the quality of calls as well as revenues, but many users choose not to disable it.
We know OTT bypass is a serious issue, but it may take more than hyping the scale of the threat to overcome the obstacles.
The winter meeting of the Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) was very successful, but we want the event to deliver even more in 2016.
The French telecoms revenue and fraud specialists have a regional analysis of the frequency of OTT bypass, derived from the audits they have performed for customers.
Analyzing trends in technology, regulation and pricing leads to terrifying conclusions about the threat posed by OTT bypass.
With data from two global surveys, plus three case studies on new assurance, risk and anti-fraud techniques, everyone will want to attend the London RAG on November 12th.
The British fraud specialists are responding to urgent demand from telcos, who are panicked by a surge in voice traffic being redirected to data networks to avoid termination fees.
Neural demonstrate that to succeed in business, listening and caring for customers is as important as the delivery of advanced technology and content.