The CEO of the AB Handshake Corporation responds to inaccurate claims by a competitor to her anti-fraud solution.
The New York Attorney General is also looking into reports of vote-suppressing robocall campaigns that began well ahead of Election Day, but which were allowed to continue unhindered.
An expert in the governance of the STIR/SHAKEN anti-spoofing protocols responds to criticism of their cost and effectiveness.
Several clues in the FCC’s latest report hint at the perverse logic behind STIR/SHAKEN.
An FCC order means traffic may be blocked if reasonable analytics suggests it would not be wanted by the recipient.
Nuisance robocalls have fallen in the USA as billions of voice calls are now blocked automatically.
Arnd Baranowski, Oculeus CEO, was the guest of RAG TV for a wide-ranging and topical discussion about the way IP networks have altered the fraud landscape and the mitigation of risks.
The IP network of every US telco must follow the protocol for authenticating caller IDs by 30th June 2021. There are estimates that some telcos will incur up-front costs of over $10mn.
Jeffrey Ross, COO of GBSD Technologies, explained why he expects all telcos will work together to prevent the spoofing of caller IDs.
The numbers were used by English-speaking fraudsters wanting to obtain remote access to their victims’ computers.