Telecom Fraud and Risk Management Africa 2022

Telecom Fraud and Risk
Telecom fraud risk is becoming greater every day. The COVID -19 pandemic has given more opportunities to fraudsters to exploit vulnerabilities in telecom services and they have evolved and become more sophisticated over the years as the volume of telecommunications traffic steadily increases. This event seeks to discover up-to-date methods and strategies in preventing fraud attacks and minimizing revenue leakages. This event will carry the best presentations from the industry top speakers with an insight into the future of preventing telecom fraud.

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The challenges and risks of an everywhere world Every day, enterprise technology leaders are expected to support the digital imperative to work, develop, and deliver everything, everywhere — by bringing together distributed workforces, devices, clouds, systems, applications, and networks. But, there’s a problem. Technology teams


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