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.
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.
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 U.S. Senate has passed a unanimous resolution to pay rural telecom carriers $1 billion to 'rip and replace' ZTE and Huawei equipment from their networks.
In line with its aspiration of launching its 5G service in 2020, the American communications giant announced a variety of 5G devices that it will introduce in 2020 and its 5G service is already covering more than 30 U.S. cities.
New report shows Chinese hackers engaging in cyber espionage by stealing SMS messages and phone records to track and monitor top diplomats and foreign leaders.
SIM swap attack is on the rise which includes the recent Twitter hack on their CEO’s account. Attackers used social engineering to convince telco to switch target’s number to their own SIM cards.
Sprint claims recent data breach will not cause risk to fraud or identify theft but the compromised customer information could lead to SIM swap attacks and allow attackers to take over victim’s accounts.
Exclusion of Huawei from U.S. market is a distraction from addressing cyber threats in 5G networks where much greater number of connected devices could be subjected to attacks.