Newly leaked internal document suggests that Facebook data sharing program with U.S. top mobile carriers may be highly extensive and intrusive.
By providing hosted services to businesses, telcos will need to consider privilege access management to secure not only their own infrastructure, but also that of their clients.
With so many employees, subscribers, and seemingly unlimited data out there, the telecom industry is a prime target for cybercriminals looking for a profit.
Hackers in Cox Communications Data Breach Impersonated Company’s Support Agent to Access Customer Information
Cox communications data breach notification disclosed that unauthorized individual(s) accessed sensitive customer information after impersonating the company's support agent.
FCC Proposes Large Fines to Wireless Carriers for Failure to Secure Location Data, But Will It Really Deter Irresponsible Third-Party Sales?
Four of the largest U.S. wireless carriers, T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, face a potential collective fine of $200 million for failing to secure location data sold to third parties.
The rolling back of the broadband privacy rules set in place by the Obama administration only a short time ago should concern everyone with a stake in privacy. The Trump government has bowed to pressure from ISPs to allow them to in effect gather browsing data from customers – and then monetise that data through on selling it to marketing and advertising companies. In this article, we examine just how we have arrived at this point.
Privacy is a key concern for mobile carriers when combining telco data with AI to create higher value intelligence entities while enforcing anonymized and filtered data.
New Verizon rewards program will give you coffee, music and rides in exchange for your behavioral data for targeted ads. What's the price for your privacy?
The FCC launched a proceeding to strengthen data breach notification regulations for telecommunications companies to ensure faster reporting and to harmonize federal rules with states and other sectors.
Top Chinese telecom operators have jointly introduced a new 5G messaging service based on the GSMA RCS standard that seeks to replace WeChat, the popular Chinese messaging app.