India to attract investment USD 100 billion in communication sector


India is the world's second-largest telecommunications market, with over 1.2 billion subscribers as of September 2017. Availability of affordable smartphones and lower rates are expected to drive growth in the Indian telecom industry. With 70 per cent of the population staying in rural areas, the rural market would be a key growth driver in the coming... Continue Reading →

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Security regulatory compliance for telecom operators


The DoT (Department of Telecommunications) in India has enforced the telecom operators holding license(s) to ensure that they comply to security amendment dated 31st May 2011, likewise Ofcom in UK and other nations has got regulatory compliance for telecommunication industry to adhere The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) plays a vital role in developing security policies.... Continue Reading →

EUROPOL – The Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment


EU Member States investigated a number of data breaches and network intrusions. Notably there were a number of attacks on critical infrastructure - with telecommunications companies being a common target. Other instances involved breaches into private industry and government sectors and were primarily motivated by financial gain, although cases of hacktivism and intellectual property theft are also occurring. The delivery of... Continue Reading →

Mobile Network Attack: SS7 (Signalling System 7)


Signalling System 7 (SS7), is a catch-all term for a telecom network technology that is used by hundreds of cellular companies to allow them to operate and communicate with each other; it is the computer protocol used by telecom nodes within cellular networks to provide mobility control, network registration, call and text setup etc. In... Continue Reading →

Doing Projects Right vs Doing Right Projects


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