GSMA Fraud Intelligence Service Drop-in Sessions


Network fraud is a growing problem for mobile network operators, as the techniques that criminals use are constantly evolving. Making it difficult to stay in control. That’s why we created the GSMA Fraud Intelligence Service with our technology partner, RoamsysNext. It enables quick detection, smart analysis and fast sharing of fraud-related incidents, so MNOs and MVNOs can minimise the cost and effects of fraud like never before.

Join us for a series of sessions where we deep-dive into the latest and most pressing fraud topics and demonstrate how this new platform can help address them. We will also be hosting ‘Introduction to High Risk Number Sharing’ sessions. These will provide an overview on how to share, analyse and download high risk number data. Plus there will be a demonstration of the full paid-for GSMA Fraud Intelligence Service. Giving an in-depth, 360-degree view of roaming and interconnect fraud intelligence – including not only high risk number information but also IR.21 IP addresses, MCCs/MNCs and more.

Each session is held at 7am BST and 2pm BST to accommodate a global audience. If these times are not convenient for you, or if you have any questions about this service, then email us at fraudintelligence@gsma.com.

Upcoming Sessions

Thursday 22 July:  SMS Fraud Deep-Dive

We will be launching new SMS fraud reporting capabilities in July 2021. In this session we look at how you can easily report SMS fraud. We also investigate whether other operators have seen the same patterns of behaviour – and what to do with this intelligence. 

Thursday 19 August: Introduction to High Risk Number Sharing

An introduction to GSMA T-ISAC, an overview of the high risk number sharing process, and a demonstration of the full GSMA Fraud Intelligence Service.

Thursday 16 September: International Revenue Share Fraud Deep-Dive

What is International Revenue Share Fraud? It’s where the perpetrator artificially inflates traffic by generating calls to international number ranges – with no intention of paying for the calls.

In this session we demonstrate how to report or look up numbers you are investigating.

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Please fill in your details below, selecting which sessions you would like to attend, and we will send you the joining details. Please note that attendance is open to GSMA Operator and Rapporteur members only.