Telecoms: Security starts internally, but may become a revenue generator

Information security issues are multiplying as security threats are on the rise and operators are moving into new services and technologies that bring with them additional vulnerabilities. In this article we explore the information security issues operators are facing, but also how operators can turn these into an opportunity for differentiating themselves in the market and even generating new revenues.

Efficiënte zorg en patiëntenprivacy [Dutch]

Wanneer een ziekenhuis de privacy van zijn patiënten onvoldoende beschermt riskeert het een boete. Nog erger is dat het lekken van persoonlijke informatie de vertrouwensrelatie met de patiënt aantast en de reputatie van het ziekenhuis schaadt. De beveiliging van patiëntengegevens is dan ook een evidente prioriteit. Door de ontwikkelingen in technologie en wetgeving is dat een hele uitdaging.

Privacy in the telecom industry: compliance is the tip of the iceberg

Privacy remains a significant issue for many telecommunications operators and poses ever-increasing challenges. This should come as no surprise; operators capture and hold enormous amounts of data on their customers. Furthermore, factors such as new services, the continued digitization of information, as well as more accessible and ever cheaper digital storage, have only increased (and will continue to increase) the amount — and level of sensitivity — of the personal data operators accumulate. More generally, as operators invest in building deeper two-way customer relationships, their growing dependency on customer data will increase the associated risks.