23 Dec │ 16:00-16:30pm (GMT+3)
27-30 December 2020
2 December 2020 / 3PM – 4PM, CET
AdaptiveMobile Security, the world leader in mobile network security, today announced the appointment of Anthony Vimal as Chief Revenue Officer and newest member of the Executive Management Team.
AdaptiveMobile Security, the world leader in cyber telecoms security, launches White Paper entitled ‘Securing the Path from 4G to 5G’. Committed to the ongoing security of mobile network operators, nation states and their regulators, AdaptiveMobile Security shared their intelligence on the journey to secure 5G core networks. This white paper is the first of its kind detailing the migration scenarios that mobile operators could be faced with when deploying 5G networks.
In its continued efforts to protect mobile networks and their subscribers from all global mobile security threats, AdaptiveMobile Security is delighted to support MTN with their latest Child Online Protection programme, which was recently launched in partnership with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF). MTN is the first Africa-wide Telecommunications Company to partner with the IWF.
AdaptiveMobile Security is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Silke Holtmanns as Head of 5G Security Research and as an exciting addition to the company’s 5G security team.
AdaptiveMobile Security, the world leader in cyber-telecoms security, is delighted to announce that Zipwhip, the leading provider of texting for business, is the first organization to launch its Commercial Traffic Management (CTM) offering.
AdaptiveMobile Security uncovers sophisticated hacking attacks on mobile phones, exposing massive network vulnerability.
New proposition enables operators and aggregators to analyse and manage commercial messages, opening new revenue streams within a billion-dollar market
Largest grey route deal across the globe protects 10 operator networks from A2P grey route abuse
New customers operating across 2 continents receive benefit of world's first signalling intelligence layer to predict and protect against attacks on mobile networks