Chairman Anil Singhvi welcomed the dividend, which comes after shares in the Indian RAFM vendor have reached their highest price since 2012.
Vinod Kumar wants his risk management business to generate USD15mn-USD20mn in non-telco sales within three years.
Alan Turing and the work of Bletchley Park shows how it may take time for valuable ideas to gain wide appreciation.
Suresh Chintada previously worked in senior software engineering roles for network equipment manufacturers CommScope and ARRIS.
Taher Talib of Shaw Communications explained why their Subex FMS automatically shares data about wangiri with other telcos.
Telcos need to adopt a multi-layered approach to protecting their customers from conmen.
The recent wangiri attack upon Kenyans emphasizes the need for global cooperation to prevent wangiri fraud.
Nominal share capital will be halved through a plan that will require shareholder and regulatory approval. Subex’s growth is expected to top 7% and they are open to looking at acquisitions.
The Indian RAFM vendor is deliberately repositioning themselves as suppliers of cybersecurity tools and intelligence to the cities of the future.
Modifying fraud management systems to use APIs to pool intelligence will drive fraud out of our industry.