Managing risk and contributing to our professional community can sometimes feel like thankless tasks. Here is some small thanks for eight of my heroes of the year.
Protecting telcos from bumps in the road is hard, especially when your colleagues do not understand what is involved. RAFM professionals should protect and learn from each other.
Learn how to engage multiple stakeholders in the collaborative evaluation of risk priorities.
Persistence is key to success. Challenges are overcome through cooperation. The web provides a way to find like-minded people.
Günter Haberkorn of Deutsche Telekom gave the gift of a great presentation that RAG turned into a new training course.
Emmy Léger of Araxxe explained how they identified an SMS aggregator that uses gray routes for 98% messages and why A2P SMS bypass is so widespread.
The community of telecoms risk and assurance professionals cannot thrive without the selflessness of its unsung heroes.
Yesterday’s episode of RAG TV saw Nikhil Sehgal of Colt explaining the role of engineering governance, and Steffen Öftring of SIGOS talking about web-based risk training.
Business continuity expert Laura Toplis has made her popular BCM course freely available through RAG’s online training platform. RAG has also added an all-new short course on statistics and sampling.
The online training offered by the Risk & Assurance Group is accessible to everyone, regardless of race, gender or nationality.