The club for wholesale carriers is tired of watching regulators pursue unrealistic methods of validating international voice traffic.
Indiana’s top prosecutor is showing the public how telcos facilitate bad traffic by allowing crooks to hide behind a series of fronts.
We need groups like the Global Solutions Council to seek a working consensus on how to make international phone calls safe.
Some fraudsters work for telcos. They may even appear to be a good employee with an impressive record for delivery. How should a fraud manager handle them?
Many carriers said they were following best practices for fraud mitigation but IRSF and wangiri are still big problems.
We need joined-up thinking to solve problems that cross borders and cause harm to ordinary people everywhere. Joined-up solutions start with a common understanding of problems we face.
The new i3forum-RAG survey of international wholesale fraud showed widespread dissatisfaction with regulatory frameworks.
It takes just 10 minutes to complete the questionnaire but all submissions must be made by the end of July 6.
Help the Risk & Assurance Group and i3forum set the priorities when lobbying for better fraud management worldwide.
Key people at AT&T, Lumen and Verizon warned against proposals that would cost ‘tens of millions of dollars’ but yield little benefit.