Fraudsters send more and more often phishing text messages (smishing) that seem to be coming from a reliable source such as a bank or government body.

Their purpose is to diddle their victims out of personal information they can use to commit fraud.

The texts are hard to recognise as messages coming from fraudsters.

At the request of the Minister of Telecommunications you can find here the specifications for the first part of the project together with a call to interested operators to submit a file with a view to investing in an anti-smishing platform.

The deadline for submitting applications (see specifications) is 13th May 2022. 

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