Fraud Management

Moving to a More Secure Network with Cloud, Edge and Fog Computing

Filed in Big Data, Fraud Management, Internet of Things by on February 21, 2018 0 Comments
Moving to a More Secure Network with Cloud, Edge and Fog Computing

Chief Technology Officer Chris Rivera explains the roles of different computing formats in evolving to a network model apart from the public internet.

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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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