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Fraud report Q1 2017
The fraud outlook going into 2017 is more positive than it was 12 months ago when there were heavy attacks over the festive period. Our latest fraud report reviews the final quarter of 2016 and looks at potential trends in fraud for the coming year and what technologies are being used to combat them and how the industry is getting involved in fighting fraud.
Fraud report Q4 2016
In the run up to the all important Xmas/New Year period when fraudulent activity is at its peak, our Q4-2016 fraud report explores the growth in attack vectors and destinations throughout 2016 and suggests ways in which you can keep yourself and your customers safe over the festive period.
Fraud report Q3 2016
The arrival of new fraud destinations during Q3 2016 demonstrates that telcos cannot afford to drop the ball for a second when it comes to fighting against fraud. Fraud negatively impacts consumer and commercial customers alike; pushing up costs, funding crime and in more recent times, terrorism. The geography of new attack vectors shows that business must remain ever vigilant in order to protect their voice margins and brand reputation – if you’re not fighting fraud, you could actually be facilitating it by inaction.
Fraud report Q2 2016
Telecom fraud continues to be a lucrative criminal business and an attractive target for fraudsters. At the i3 forum’s 7th annual conference last May, Robert Benlolo of Tata Communications highlighted the financial implications of telecoms fraud in a stark presentation in which he made it clear that of the total $2.25 trillion of global telecom revenue, a staggering $38.1bn is lost to fraud annually – a 2% revenue loss across the industry as a whole.
Fraud report Q1 2016
One of the key findings in the CFCA survey is that the global cost of fraud has dropped by 18% from the previous survey in 2013 and now stands at $38.1 billion (USD). One of the reasons being given for this is better fraud monitoring and more communications between carriers.