Businesses like Whatsapp are intentionally using the A-number of calls that are not connected as a free mechanism for passing data to apps on a user’s phone.
Our new round-up includes a telco that failed to block a large wangiri attack despite implementing an anti-wangiri blocking system.
If Belgium’s phone users are expected to report suspicious phone numbers then telcos should do the same.
iBasis is the third largest carrier of international voice traffic and a member of the RAG anti-wangiri intelligence network.
If you are aware of a stronger conference agenda aimed at risk professionals working for comms providers then please let us know.
Telcos connecting to the RAG Wangiri Blockchain can now be notified when their numbers are used for fraudulent calls to other networks.
A medical emergency teaches a lesson about priorities and why facts matter more than what we want to believe.
Persistence is key to success. Challenges are overcome through cooperation. The web provides a way to find like-minded people.
Examining a year’s worth of data from the RAG Wangiri Blockchain reveals the apparent source and destination of most wangiri attacks.
Infosys is a USD12bn business attempting to foster anti-fraud collaboration by abusing the trust of a small nonprofit.