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.
The politics surrounding the US protocol for authenticating the origin of calls is such a mess that it has become highly entertaining.
The US telecoms industry desperately needs to make friends as well as issuing threats.
Sharing information is vital to reducing fraud but refusing to share information about fraud is a source of commercial advantage.
Colt entered a legal battle after refusing to pay USD5mn of invoices to an Italian VoIP carrier that appeared to be engaging in VAT fraud.
Cognitive dissonance leads people to pretend that businesses are committed to reducing fraud even when those businesses resist simple and effective forms of cooperation.
There is a lot of overlap between behavior indicative of fraud and behavior that should be stopped by a fair usage policy.
Cutting the data from the RAG RAFM Survey reveals interesting differences between wholesale carriers and other telcos.
Delegates of the Virtual ITW conference were warned their profile information, including their messages, could be accessed by other users if personalized hyperlinks had been forwarded to them.