Category: Fraud Protection
SMS remains the most ubiquitous communication channel regardless of your data connection or lack of one, your roaming status while traveling, or whether you have an old feature phone or a smartphone. The universal feature and affordability of SMS are what makes SMS a reliable communication tool for so many organizations.
GLF Launches Process to Attest International Carriers’ Compliance with the Industry’s Code of Conduct Against Fraud
The ITW Global Leaders’ Forum (GLF), a leadership body of the international carrier industry, today published the names of the organisations that had been attested as being compliant with the GLF Code of Conduct to prevent fraud in international telecommunications.
iBASIS announced today that its FraudLock iQ360 solution has succeeded in blocking 191 million Wangiri fraud calls in H1 2021, a result of its major portfolio expansion to enhance operators’ ability to fight complex, rapidly evolving global telecoms fraud.
In this on-demand webinar hosted by experts from iBASIS and Oculeus, learn about the latest trends in fraud and their impact on carriers and operators.
How an Energized Antifraud System with SLAs & Revenue Share is Powering Business Growth at Wholesaler iBASIS
Dan Baker, Editor, Black Swan Telecom Journal, interviewed Malick Aissi, Vice President, Business Assurance and Risk Management, iBASIS about the the new upgraded iBASIS anti-fraud system, commercial offer, and the Do It Yourself customer portal with reporting.
iBASIS Releases Upgraded Anti-Fraud Platform Backed by Industry’s First SLA-Based System to Protect Operators’ Traffic Streams
iBASIS has announced completion of its antifraud system upgrade – the first ever antifraud system to offer a guaranteed SLA protection option powered by next-generation antifraud intelligence for fraud detection, deterrence, and ROI for communications providers across the digital ecosystem.
Preventing interconnect bypass fraud is a business imperative, not just to safeguard the interconnection revenue, but to survive the competitive landscape as well.
“Wangiri” is Japanese for “one ring and drop.” The scam works like this: A scammer places a robocall to a number and hangs up after one or two rings, often calling back several times.
The Risk & Assurance Group (RAG) welcomes iBASIS, the leading communications solutions provider, to the RAG Wangiri Consortium, a global initiative that uses blockchain technology to share intelligence about “one ring” wangiri fraud.
Digital transformation has rapidly accelerated to cope with the COVID-19 crisis and new work environments. A key change is the steady growth of SMS/A2P messages, bringing with it new usage patterns but also, unfortunately, the arrival of new forms of SMS fraud.
iBASIS announces the appointment of JC Geha as its COO to lead global operations, engineering, IT, and product development.
SMS Fraud is estimated to cost the messaging industry $7.7 billion annually in lost revenue*. Multiple initiatives are being taken to protect consumers and the
Anyone in the fraud prevention space implicitly understands the need to continually adapt and improve Fraud Management Systems (FMS) to be able to react to