Find out how the fraud prevention measures in your messaging network compare to best practice in the industry by taking our Messaging Fraud 360 Assesment. You will receive a customised report that will highlight your strengths and weaknesses, with recommendations for you provided by Openmind’s experts in the field of messaging security.
Many businesses know they need to improve their network security, but are uncertain which questions to ask or exactly where to start. Our Messaging Fraud 360 Model will show the way.
Complete the questions by selecting one of six responses. You will be guided through each of the questions of our Messaging Fraud 360 Model.
You can move between the sections and questions as you wish. You will see your progress at the bottom of your screen.
You will see a summary of your results giving an overview of your performance against industry best-practices, and your overall Messaging Fraud 360 Score.
Your detailed report including your personalised action plan will be sent straight to your inbox.
Mobile messaging is a service that subscribers depend on to communicate with each other and to receive important, private information from banks, businesses, governments and other service providers. The security of the service is absolutely essential to its continued use – if subscribers lose trust in the service, it will lose it’s value as a communication channel.
Protecting the security of your messaging network means defending your subscribers from fraud and preserving A2P Services as a revenue stream for your company. In order to effectively do this, you need to know how secure their network is, and if you have the right processes & skill sets in place to combat fraud. Do any glaring vulnerabilities exist, and if so, what steps can be taken to deal with them?
Openmind’s Messaging Fraud 360 Model gives Operators a way of measuring their network’s security against a set of industry leading practices and technologies. It identifies the following 5 clear aspects critical to building a secure messaging network, thereby giving Operators a framework they can use as a benchmark: