Monday, 9 February 2015
AdaptiveMobile to Address the Future Mobile Threat Landscape at Mobile World Congress 2015
AdaptiveMobile, the world leader in mobile security, has been shortlisted in the Best Security/ Anti-Fraud Product or Solution category for its Network Protection Platform All-in-One Solution, and will also be speaking on the security landscape for operators at Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona. AdaptiveMobile has cemented its position as a recognised leader in mobile security innovation following recent commercial and critical successes, including being named as a pioneer in Global Mobile Threat Detection and Prevention by analyst firm Frost and Sullivan, andreceiving the prize for Network Management Excellence at the Telecoms.com awards in December 2014.
At MWC 2015, taking place 2-5 March, AdaptiveMobile will be showcasing the very latest in mobile threat management as well as industry first visualisations of the emerging threat landscape. At the show the company will also be announcing new additions to its portfolio, designed to help the industry address the increasing convergence of concerns over security and privacy.
AdaptiveMobile technology is now present in nine out of the top ten mobile operator groups globally, protecting over 1 billion subscribers from mobile security threats. This major milestone was passed with the addition of 26 new operator customers in the last 18 months. The company has been at the centre of uncovering recent security threats such as the SS7 attacks, increase in OTT messaging attacks, and SMS worms such as Koler, through AdaptiveMobile’s unique big data analysis capabilities witnessing over 30 billion mobile events every day from every region of the globe – the equivalent of 10.9 trillion events per year.
AdaptiveMobile has also been selected to speak at Mobile World Congress, with Cathal McDaid, Head of Data Intelligence & Analytics, discussing mobile messaging abuse/mobile malware and SS7 security. The presentation will include unique visualisations and case study examples and is part of the session, ‘The New Security Challenges: Perspectives from Service Providers’. Cathal is responsible for a team dedicated to analysing and uncovering new threats to mobile operators and subscribers, using advanced ‘big data’ techniques. Please see below for more information on the presentation:
· Wednesday, 4th March, 16.30 – 17.30: ‘The New Security Challenges: Perspectives from Service Providers’ at Small Cell Forum’s booth in Hall 4, Auditorium 4