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December 05, 2016

Webinar - Are You Protected from Mobile Cybercrime?

In today’s technologically advanced world, everything is connected. Our cars and homes are connected to our phones; tablets, laptops and phones all communicate; and even our TVs can be controlled by tools other than remotes. This is all great in that it makes life easier and boosts productivity at work, but it also creates room for cybercrime.

Not everyone realizes that being too connected can be dangerous. For instance, BYOD policies are great in that they allow employees to use their own phones for work, without any noticeable differences in call quality. However, mobile phones don’t have the same kind of security features as an office phone. This is just one example, and there are thousands more like it which suggests that, while connectivity is great, it also sets your network up as a ticking time bomb when it comes to cybercrime.

Cybercriminals make it their jobs to exploit these unsuspecting users and the weaknesses in their networks. The best thing mobile subscribers can do is be aware of their situation and acknowledge that they could potentially be victims of cybercrime.

A webinar titled “Mobile Cybercrime: Don’t Leave Your Customers Vulnerable,” which will be held Dec. 8, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. EST, will reference a survey commissioned by Xura (News - Alert) that explores the mobile consumer’s view of the risks they face from mobile network vulnerabilities. It will also take a look at the role of the mobile network operators in protecting these consumers.

Presenter Mark Windle, strategy & marketing director at Xura Security Solutions, will discuss how much subscribers know about cybercrime risks, how exposed they are, the users’ expectations for protection, what can be done to protect the network and subscriber, and more.

Anyone interested in meeting the security needs of their subscribers should consider REGISTERING for this webinar to learn more about cybercrime and the risks mobile users are facing.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi