cVidya has recently won a contract with the Israeli television production company, Keshet, to consult in the area of tele-voting fraud for their reality TV shows. This is a notable shift in the telecom fraud space and it was recognized that cVidya’s experience dealing with the complex value chains of telecom operators makes it the best fit for dealing with this type of fraud and assurance. cVidya will be providing Keshet with the necessary tools to keep their tele-voting platform secure from fraud and assure voting revenues. This ensures a better experience for both the producers and viewers.
cVidya Networks, (www.cvidya.com) the global leader and innovative provider of Revenue Intelligence solutions for Telecom, Media and Entertainment service providers, announced today that they will be consulting Keshet, an Israeli Television-Show Production Company, regarding fraud in tele-voting.
cVidya will provide consultation on issues including, securing mobile payment transactions and preventing user fraud activities across multi-platforms such as mobile, internet and tele-voting applications. Following an examination of Keshet’s systems, cVidya will provide Keshet with the strategies and tools they need to maintain a secure voting platform which contends with potential fraud threats and assures voting revenues.
“‘Keshet’ is conducting various voting activities and constantly looking to expand these services to new and modern areas” said Zohar Alon, CTO Keshet Broadcasting. “Entering these areas requires adequate planning and maintaining the monitoring systems in top shape. We expect cVidya to provide the know-how to obtain this goal.”
“We’re delighted to have been selected by Keshet to analyze and eliminate their tele-voting fraud challenges” said Alon Aginsky, President and CEO of cVidya Networks. “Audience participation through tele-voting is one of the biggest changes to the TV show viewing experience in recent years and fraudsters are continually seeking to take advantage through holes in the system. Keshet has recognized that cVidya’s vast experience with the complex value chains of our telecom operator clients has enabled us to be best-placed to deal with these issues. We are looking forward to increasing the benefits of tele-voting for the production company, and, in turn, increasing the experience for the viewers.”