by Jaon Lane-Sellers
Nobody said digitalization would be easy, but with fraud losses expected to top $30 billion next year, telcos don’t want it to be their undoing, either.
by Jason Lane-Sellers
As the retail, payments and financial services industries continue to harden their cyber-defences, criminals are increasingly targeting the telecommunications industry — and finding fast money in account takeovers and subscription fraud.
by Donald St. Denis, TransNexus
Telemarketing has been around a long time. It surpassed direct mail in 1981. When VoIP (voice over internet protocol) became widely used in the early 2000s, robocalling, or auto dialing, took off. Some of these calls are telemarketing, but fraudsters and scammers also got into the act.