Category: Security


5G, security and the attraction of the new

We need to address the challenge of retro-fitting new 5G security to existing 4G networks, and to roll-out more signalling firewalls that can safeguard 2G and 3G networks now.

BT has bright idea to steal Amazon credibility

BT has seemingly got tired of a reputation riddled with accounting scandals and mediocre football coverage. Amazon has a good brand so why not tie up with its cloud computing business?

Are you data breach fatigued?

Data breaches are nothing new – quite the contrary – in fact their very frequency makes it likely that we’re fatigued to the point of indifference by the number of leaks which are surfacing.

US telcos put aside differences to tackle authentication

The big four operators in the US have shown that they can actually get along by creating the Mobile Authentication Taskforce, with the objective of creating a mobile authentication solution for enterprises and customers in 2018.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Dirty data

Scott and Jamie are joined by Ray from Light Reading and the team start by reflecting on the amount of moaning the impending UK 5G auctions have caused. They then ponder how little control we have over our digital live and ask whether there should be a limit on the power of the dominant digital utilities. Lastly Ray derides dirty data, which is bad, naughty and needs to be thoroughly spanked to teach it a lesson, prompting one of Scott’s paranoid AI tangents.

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