Fraud Management

Cybersecurity in Hindsight: When Will We Learn?

Filed in Big Data, Fraud Management, Internet of Things by on December 4, 2017 0 Comments
Cybersecurity in Hindsight: When Will We Learn?

A look back at some recent cyberattacks underscores the imperative for companies to move their transactions from the public internet to a private, isolated network.

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Podcast: How Safe Is the Public Internet in the Age of IoT?

Filed in Big Data, Fraud Management, Internet of Things by on November 21, 2017 0 Comments
Podcast: How Safe Is the Public Internet in the Age of IoT?

Mary Clark talks with IoT Evolution magazine about a critical challenge involved with the migration to the internet of things.

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Identity Flourishes in San Francisco

Identity Flourishes in San Francisco

In a report from Mobile World Congress Americas, Mary Clark explains why verifying identity is crucial in the age of the internet of things.

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Combating Cyberterrorism

Filed in Fraud Management, Internet of Things by on October 3, 2017 0 Comments
Combating Cyberterrorism

In an article in Global Telecoms Business magazine, Syniverse’s Chief Corporate Relations Officer examines if global commerce should be supported by a public internet never intended for that purpose.

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An Open and Dangerous Place

Filed in Big Data, Fraud Management, Internet of Things by on September 18, 2017 0 Comments
An Open and Dangerous Place

The public internet has become like the Wild West and is a more and more dangerous place to do business, Syniverse’s Chief Corporate Relations Officer explains.

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LTE and Fraud Emerge as Important Trends to Watch in MEA

Filed in Fraud Management, LTE, Middle East, Roaming by on September 14, 2017 0 Comments
LTE and Fraud Emerge as Important Trends to Watch in MEA

Nour Al Atassi shares his perspectives on two trends he thinks are crucial for operators in the Middle East and Africa to place special focus on.

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