The leaders of the FCC and the ACMA signed a piece of paper that lists vague promises they are not obliged to keep.
Police influence of the public’s understanding of telecoms fraud is sometimes questionable.
This time the FCC is considering bringing the deadline forward for small telcos that originate ‘especially’ many calls.
A BBC journalist spouted a string of half-truths about CLI spoofing and crime whilst belittling a representative of the UK regulator.
Continued ‘technical and policy issues’ means the Canadian regulator has delayed the mandatory adoption of the new call authentication technology by a total of 32 months.
Ofcom will find it difficult to remain balanced when suppliers of STIR/SHAKEN technology have so much to gain by whipping up public fears and expectations.
A journalist says a security flaw is fixed but his source vanishes. The firm at the heart of his story then wins one of 883 security awards.
Prof. Eric Burger, former White House and FCC advisor, told RAG TV about the US strategy for tackling telecoms fraud.
A simple loophole allows SMS messages to be rerouted to another destination without the knowledge of the intended recipient.
Instead of persuading every telco in every country to adopt a common standard for CLI validation, should we simply rely on an intermediary that makes multiple standards work together?