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Executive Summary In the 9-page Executive Summary, we explain our research methodology, post three charts, and give highlights of our findings across three fraud sectors: Included is a case study showing how a large US mobile operator took analytics IRSF control to a new level with their system.
Anti-Fraud Number Management Solutions is a catch-all section that covers numbers related issues such as: Next, Colin Yates talks about a topic near and dear to him: This section walks you through a helpful diagram that shows the complex scheme used to hijack calls at international transit points, then drop the calls on an IVR machine to drive IRSF.
Backgrounder on International Revenue Share Fraud 1.
The Advantages of Machine Learning vs. Provisioning the Network Change 7. Conclusion — Accuracy and Speed are Key D. How Fraudsters Advertise Themselves 4. About the Number Aggregators 5.
What is Number Misappropriation or Number Hijacking? The Changing of Passwords 9. The Network that Connects Hackers and Fraudsters The highest value wholesale network — and a network that retailers are willing to spend more to connect to — is one that is relatively fraud-free. Studying the business of wholesalers is key to noticing trends that will sooner or later impact the fraud control business — especially interconnect fraud.
So here is our page collection of commentaries from wholesale experts: The Rapid Pace of Change in Wholesale gives us a good measure of the turmoil on the wholesale scene. Connecting High Bandwidth Markets to the Emerging World is the story of how Michael Ourabah, CEO of BSO out of Paris, is building a niche wholesaler business by building custom global networks for enterprise clients connecting to developing countries.
Edge Connectivity gives a glimpse into the US wholesale market where connectivity-as-a-service provider Global Capacity and its VP of Marketing Mary Stanhope are building affordable and robust single-SLA-assured networks from off-net partnerships.
The Revolution in Wholesale 1. The Rapid Pace of Change in Wholesale 1. Automation and Margin Vaporization in Wholesale 2. Price Cuts and Their Impact 3.
The Position of the Large International Wholesaler 4. Large Wholesalers are Consolidating Smaller Players 6. Winning over Retailers with Better Pricing and Outsourcing 7.
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