Millions of Americans have had their identities stolen and fraudulent tax returns filed in their names, often for large returns for the thieves - with $300 billion in returns issued each year, the IRS is a large target. However, the nation's tax agency has reported recently that after struggling wit…
Cybercrime and identity fraud are on the rise, and service providers and telecom companies are at risk. But most businesses have tools in place to protect customers' identities, including individual phone numbers used for authentication.
The convenience of mobile messaging has brought communication efficiency to billions of consumers worldwide. As is often the case with widely accepted technologies; however, convenience can provide a vulnerable gateway to fraudulent activity.
Accurate and cost-efficient routing of voice calls and SMS is critical. Unfortunately, gathering reliable routing data on ported numbers and keeping up with constant changes in number plans is expensive and time-consuming.
Communications fraud is a $20B annual global problem and growing. Companies are looking for peace of mind so that their business and their
customers are protected from the onslaught of technology crime that is damaging their reputations and their balance sheets.