Welcome to the CFCA

The Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA) is the Premier International Association for fraud risk management, fraud prevention and profitability control through education, information sharing and collaboration involving domain experts and law enforcement entities.

CFCA is a not-for-profit International Association committed to risk management, loss prevention and fraud control through education, information sharing and collaboration. The association is comprised of security and risk management professionals from communications service providers, vendor partners and law enforcement entities working together to stop communication fraud.

CFCA’s educational programs and conferences provide invaluable training and knowledge that increase competencies needed to combat new and emerging fraud, revenue protection challenges and to ensure profit.


Latest News

Women KNOW Panel Session- Cracking the Code

‘Women KNOW’ panel session in recognition of  ‘International Women’s Day’ held on March 8th 2023 Cracking the Code is an open session for telecom risk management professionals to interact and discuss and listen to experts in the field. Cracking the Code While...

Summer Educational Event Location Confirmed!

The Hilton Hotel Seattle downtown at 1301 6th Avenue Seattle, Washington, 98101-2304, USA is booked for our Summer Educational Event. Join us between Tuesday 6th June to Thursday 8th June for another event full of insights and discussions with professionals from...

Spring Educational Event is Live!

Our Spring Educational event starts today and we are privileged to have leading professionals and experts in their fields discussing the frauds, risks and threats facing the industry today and future challenges that we will be facing in the future. This event will...

Stop the Fraud, Stop the Churn

Post by AB Handshake As service quality falters, your customers leave. It's that simple. And the more they leave, the less you grow.  Reducing churn is a common goal for all telcos, and while there are many issues to address here, fraud is the elephant in the...

Telecom heroes unite! – iconectiv joining forces with a legion of fraud fighters

Posted by Iconectiv In a telecom world filled with villains, CFCA members are unveiling their identities as fraud fighting superheroes dedicated to stopping malicious actors from stealing consumers’ money and identities. These vigilant guardians have been protecting...

How CSPs can monitor and monetise flash calls

Posted by Jacob Howell, Subex When accessing personal information or conducting an online transaction, a One Time Password (OTP) is typically all that’s required to verify your identity. Although OTPs provide an extra layer of security, issues do arise. Jacob Howell,...


CFCA membership has many benefits including;

    Learn in a trusted environment
    Wireline, wireless, VoIP, cable, MVNOs, satellite, etc
    Members from countries around the world
    Online Information Sharing Forum
    Educational documentation, including fraud alerts, white papers, and presentations
    Latest alerts sent to our members
    Law Enforcement members
  • (KNOW)
    Monthly informative webinars
    Certified Communications Security Professional (CCSP)

Upcoming Events

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