Global Telco Fraud Summit 2020
July 16, 2020, a virtual event
Fraudulent traffic is estimated to cost the international carrier industry USD $17 billion annually, but the sources of fraud continue to change. In the last 12 months carriers highlighted missed call campaigns and private branch exchange (PBX) hacking as having increased most significantly.
Join the industry-wide call to action.
The Global Telco Fraud Summit on July 16, 2020 will unite telco network and infrastructure leaders to learn from each other and commit to industry action to better-protect their business. The event will let you discover the best industry-approved solutions and will enable you to set a roadmap that could help your business save revenue.
Why attend the Global Telco Fraud Summit, 2020
- You cannot fight fraud alone. The event will unite carriers, associations and solution providers focused on preventing fraud with the aim of aligning global efforts, changing perspectives, sharing best practice and agreeing call to actions
- It unites industry approved solution providers. The event will offer masterclasses designed to create innovation to tackle what keeps you up at night
- Remove silos and fragmentation. The open-door programme will create awareness and address head-on what the industry refers to as ‘the social disease’
- It is where network service providers collaborate to secure their networks. If you’re not a part of the conversation, you’re missing out on solutions that could save your business from future attacks
Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier activities:
Hear from Robert Teichmueller, Head of Fraud Management, at Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier, in the following panel session:
Widening the Net to Reinforce a Tougher Stance on Fraud Across the Board
from 15:00 to 16:00 BST
Combatting fraud is a task that requires large scale adoption across the industry, but also throughout all departments and levels of seniority within an organisation. This session delves deeper into some of the strategic behavioural and societal challenges which were brought up at the ITW Fraud panel discussion.
This session will be moderated by GLF director, Jussi Makela.