Don Reinhart is marrying signals intelligence to data analysis in anticipation of huge growth in the number of networked devices.
The A-to-B validation of the origin and destination of all traffic makes every call the equivalent of a test call.
The UK could have just passed a law to ban GSM gateways, like other countries do. Layers of bureaucracy made a mess instead.
Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia said the current GHC0.19 per minute rate is a ‘nuisance tax’ that causes simbox fraud.
A fictional account of the last day of a fraudster’s career, as written by somebody who catches them.
The inevitable decline of some revenue streams will kill certain types of fraud, but do not expect the fraudsters to take early retirement.
Rocco Research repeated the evaluation exercise they also conducted in 2015, 2017 and 2018.
The fraudsters provided cheap calls to Indian expats working in the Middle East. Their gang was led by Nazim Khan, a high school drop out who was also arrested for bypass fraud in 2017.
The UK government has the power to ban GSM gateways to protect national security, but made a mess of it.
Why is Ghana spending so much on its new ‘platform’ to detect simboxes if it relies on familiar old methods?