Wednesday, April 26, 11:00am - 12:00pm (EDT)
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Elon Musk lifted the lid on the soaring scale of artificial SMS generation when he complained that bots were costing Twitter $60mn each year by pumping bogus two-factor authentication messages in the direction of crooked telcos. This then became a global story for information security when Twitter switched off the use of SMS for two-factor authentication of unpaid accounts. How sensible was Twitter's response, how serious is artificial SMS generation and what else can be done to tackle this fraud? These are some of the questions that will be fielded by Tim Biddle, who is Sinch's Director of Operator Relations for the UK and Ireland.
Topical news items will also be debated by the show's three regular presenters, industry analyst Ed Finegold, senior risk executive Lee Scargall, and the Editor of Commsrisk, Eric Priezkalns.
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