cVidya Networks, (www.cvidya.com) the global provider of Revenue Intelligence solutions for Telecom, Media and Entertainment service providers, recently announced that TM Forum has appointed Tal Eisner, Senior Director of Product Strategy for cVidya’s, as Deputy Chair of the Fraud Management Group.
TM Forum is a global, non-profit industry association focused on simplifying the complexity of running a service provider’s business. As an established industry thought-leader, the Forum serves as a unifying force, enabling more than 800 companies across 195 countries to solve critical business issues through access to a wealth of knowledge, intellectual capital and standards. TM Forum’s Fraud Management Group maintains best practices in fraud operations management, fraud detection and resolution management through enhancements and revisions to TM Forum’s Frameworx suite of standards with the goal of guiding service providers in fraud protection and prevention.
As Deputy Chair, Tal is responsible for overseeing enhancements and revisions to Frameworx for the Fraud Management Process framework, and assists in reviewing, updating and extending existing manuals. He also coordinates Catalyst projects for TM Forum’s Fraud Management division. In addition, Tal assigns responsibilities and serves as a point of contact for introducing new companies into the Forum as well as produces promotional material to demonstrate the group’s work.
“Communications fraud remains one of the most significant threats to operator margins and security today. Fraud attacks occur continuously on even the most monitored networks, forcing operators to constantly improve their methods of protection,” said Aileen Smith, Senior Vice President of Collaboration and Research and Development, TM Forum. “With Tal’s deep understanding of fraud management thanks to over a decade of experience in the sector, he is an important addition to the group and key to its goal of ensuring TM Forum’s Frameworx stays well ahead of the curve in offering the most up-to-date protections against communications fraud.”
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