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Fraud Prevention Services
GSMA is planning to issue an RFP relating to Fraud Prevention Services. The aim of this Request for Proposal (“RFP”) is to identify solutions to prevent, detect and stop different types of telecommunications fraud impacting mobile operators, as well as other types of communications service providers such as but not limited to fixed operators, MVNOs, Carriers, OTTs and VoIP providers.

GSMA is seeking to support the industry through the provision of collaborative and complementary fraud prevention services, to enhance existing efforts in the market to combat fraud.
Please confirm your intent to submit a proposal for the project by email: fraudpreventionservices@gsma.com  by Friday 8th July.

Protect your business from big losses

Fraud incidents and security breaches can mean large financial losses for the mobile industry. As well as reputational damage. What’s more, they are on the increase. In response to this growing challenge, The GSMA Fraud and Security Services have been developed. They provide the tools needed to take swift action against the most prevalent global threats, which have been identified by the GSMA’s Fraud and Security Group (FASG).

These services are so vital because of the data at their heart. Namely, the unique and comprehensive information, specifics and intelligence only the GSMA can collate. Right now there’s a focus on deterring two types of fraud: traffic fraud and fraudulent activity on devices. Consequently, the services can help operators, manufacturers and vendors. As well as insurers and law enforcement agencies. Take a quick look at how.

Our latest addition is the GSMA Fraud Intelligence Service. It’s a global resource for accurate roaming and interconnect fraud intelligence, including high-risk range and SMS fraud reporting. Furthermore, operators can analyse and exchange data in real-time and in confidence.

Then there’s GSMA Device Registry. This is a global database of flagged IMEI numbers. Importantly, mobile network operators and device owners can contribute to it.

Lastly, there’s GSMA Device Check™. It’s a look-up service to see if a device is reported stolen, or has been obtained fraudulently.

Fraud & Security Services