MEF Connects Omnichannel live from London is 28th – 29th November at the esteemed event facilities of The Honourable Society Of The Inner Temple in London. HAUD are thrilled to have a session on day 2, 29th November, to delve into a great discussion of ‘Unlocking the Potential of A2P – How the Key Could […]
We are thrilled to announce that HAUD will be taking part in the highly anticipated Asian Carriers Conference (ACC) 2023, which will be held from September 11th to 15th at the majestic Shangri-La Mactan in Cebu, Philippines. With this year’s theme, “Accelerate. Challenge. Connect.,” this remarkable event is set to lead the way in driving […]
Come join us for BATIC 2023, happening from September 5th to 8th at The Westin Resort in Nusa Dua, Bali. Discover more about our Messaging Revenue Optimization solutions, which include A2P messaging monetization and unparalleled mobile network security. We’re excited to have meaningful conversations with you. Bali: a breathtaking backdrop for innovation Nestled amidst the […]
USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) which was the primary messaging system used by subscribers to check their balance, top-up and access value-added services. Still widely used today, USSD communication (which rests primarily on signalling infrastructure – not data) is now currently being used to terminate A2P communication.
How can Mobile Network Operators prevent SIM box activity from punching through their A2P business?
Mobile Network Operators are facing a plethora of challenges that are being triggered by the ever-evolving nature of their business, as this is shifting from a communication provider to a data platform and network business, with emphasis on the value chain. This change has brought about significant shift pains in the business model design, along with the investment required for more capable networks to cater to the looming hyper-connected future.
Since the advent of telecoms, hackers have had an abundance of techniques to penetrate, phish, capture and fraud subscribers globally. Mobile Network Operators are – shall we say – always fighting off new, and constant attacks.