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MEF Connects Cybersecurity - Future of mobile security, how to reward good behaviour and eliminate the bad.

Máirín OSullivan

Máirín OSullivan


We’re delighted to sponsor and participate in the  MEF Connects Cybersecurity Virtual Event on 14 June ’21.  Registration for this virtual event is free and there are some excellent speakers from across the whole mobile ecosystem contributing their thoughts and expertise to some of the most challenging security issues facing communication networks today. Make sure to join us for what is sure to be a lively event.

What is the future of mobile security?

Our own Head of Presales, John Kennedy will deliver a keynote where he will share his analysis of the future of mobile security. As far back as 2012 AdaptiveMobile Security issued a press release regarding ‘Five top spam texts in the UK’.  A decade on, swap two digits, 12 to 21, and the article is just as relevant and closely reflects the landscape today. It has been a decade of inaction. With the barrage of real world telco attacks we have witnessed this year and the 5G transformation of mobile networks, we ask, what is the future of mobile security?

Rewarding good behaviour, eliminating the bad

Simeon Coney, CSO, AdaptiveMobile Security and our esteemed guest speaker Stefan Heller, Vice President for Business Development and Strategic Partnerships, The Campaign Registry will deliver a joint session discussing some of the key topics facing the mobile ecosystem today. Including:

  • How is North American 10DLC helping to support good, and address not so good, A2P sending practices?
  • 10DLC capabilities launched in market
  • Top SMS spam trends & poor sending behaviours observed
  • A Global Perspective
  • How to enable positive re-enforcement offerings rewarding good behaviour
  •  What does the future hold?

Register for free today

Our session will explore how best to protect communications and valuable conversations from brands to customers whilst maintaining trust. Pollution of this communications channel through phishing and spam will have a detrimental impact on reputation and profitability. However important this protection is for CPaaS platform it is also critical that they gain market compliance and competitive advantage using insights and analytics.

Meet us at MEF Connects Cybersecurity Virtual Event 14 June 2021

We all have an important role to play in working together proactively to defeat those who endeavour to perpetrate crime for financial gain and/or negatively impact critical national infrastructure including, our networks operators, national Governments and Regulators, Industry Groups, Communications Service Providers, Enterprises, Consultancies, Analysts, Systems Integrators and Technology Vendors.
 
On June 14, we ask you to join us and engage in this one-day event with global speakers from a range of companies. Sessions will incorporate the impact of all key attack vectors with presentations and panel discussions. We hope to virtually ‘see you there’.

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Máirín OSullivan

Máirín is an experienced marketeer and project manager with a passion for global business strategy. With over 15 years’ experience gained across technology, banking, pharma and professional services sectors. She has successfully planned and executed award-winning global marketing campaigns. Including management of product launches and international events for a range of clients from small blockchain start-ups to larger brands such as Bank of Ireland, LinkedIn and Novartis. Máirín heads up our Marketing Communications team, evangelising for our telecom managed threat protection, response and intelligence products and services, protecting more than 2.1 billion subscribers worldwide. Máirín holds a MSc in Management from UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and is a member of the Marketing Institute of Ireland.