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Telcos connecting to the RAG Wangiri Blockchain can now be notified when their numbers are used for fraudulent calls to other networks.
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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.
The RAG Wangiri Blockchain is the largest telco blockchain collaboration and hence able to deliver new insights into fraud.
Taher Talib of Shaw Communications explained why their Subex FMS automatically shares data about wangiri with other telcos.
International fraud expert Colin Yates has also agreed to provide an independent check of the quality of the wangiri fraud intelligence shared via the blockchain.
A telco, an FMS vendor and a network blocking vendor have systems that automatically exchange data with the wangiri blockchain.