A2P SMS revenue loss: Asian focus

Results based on research and tests carried out by HAUD’s research team in Bangladesh, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines on unprotected networks indicate that most Operators are leaking in the region of 30% of their A2P SMS traffic to SIM box activity.

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HAUD Deploys A2P Firewall in Cambodia

Following their recent success in deploying an A2P monetisation solution for Vinaphone, HAUD has increased its South-East Asia presence with an additional solution for an operator…

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SMS Firewall vs SMS Probe

While Mobile Network Probes and SMS Firewalls are different solutions altogether, they complement each other to achieve the common goal of network security…

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The role of A2P SMS in IOT

While text messaging may not be as popular as it was in at its peak in 2012, it remains a valuable way to communicate with a wide…

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SS7 vulnerabilities tackled at FASG #5

It was  a great pleasure to welcome some of the leading experts from across the mobile telecommunications sector to Malta, to discuss some of the industry’s most pressing issues at the fifth GSMA Fraud and Security Group (FASG) meeting last week. While our island is a great source of pride (and there were plenty of […]

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HAUD hosts FASG #5

HAUD hosted the FASG #5 between the 24th – 26th May, 2016 at The Hilton Hotel, Malta. During the fifth installment of what is quickly being recognised as one of the premier events on the mobile security calendar, delegates had the opportunity to discuss hot topics in the telecom sector and focus on solutions to reduce risks across […]

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HAUD opens office in Argentina

Following significant international growth and extensive research into one of the world’s fastest growing mobile markets, Caribbean and Latin America Region (CALA), HAUD has now opened an office in Beunos Aires, Argentina. Research found that this region is exposed to a high level of telecoms fraud, some of which are unique to CALA MNOs. By […]

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HAUD’s CEO shares her thoughts with SC Magazine on SS7 Vulnerabilities

With the spotlight already firmly on SS7 following the recent 60 Minute hack, more vulnerabilities are beginning to surface. A flaw in the international communications standard can allow hackers to hijack WhatsApp encryptions and put user’s data at risk and jeopardise security of one-time SMS codes, according to a recent Positive Technologies report. It was […]

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