The four big US mobile carriers — AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon — have announced they are setting up a Mobile Authentication Taskforce that will implement an initiative named Project Verify which will, according to them, be the future of mobile authentication.
Facilities owned by American telecommunications giant AT&T in eight US cities are being used by the NSA to monitor billions of emails, phone calls and online chats that pass through US territory.
Five telecommunications service providers in the Asia Pacific — excluding Telstra — have been designated as “leaders” of the next-generation of telecoms providers for their strong regional network presence, delivery of software-defined technologies and a comprehensive suite of enterprise cloud and managed ICT service offerings.
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