In response to today's announcement by the FCC, I issued the following statement:
“Given the number of reports that show a continued and significant increase in consumer demand for mobile broadband access, the wireless industry needs spectrum as soon as practicable so that it may continue to serve as the world’s leader and meet Americans’ demands for anytime, anywhere service to live their connected lives. While any delay in spectrum auctions is unfortunate, we appreciate the thoughtful focus the FCC has brought to this complex auction to ensure it is conducted properly to the benefit of all Americans. Today’s action underscores the need to resolve the pending litigation over the FCC’s rules expeditiously. When the auction is held, mobile companies will have their checkbooks ready to participate in this critical auction that will be key to our nation’s wireless future.”
Combining the tools and mindset of hackers and the resources of carriers, Lookout’s Principle Security Researcher Marc Rogers says this partnership can stop mobile malware.
Admiral David Simpson, Chief of Public Safety and Homeland Security at the FCC, discusses the need for continued innovation to stay ahead of the ever-changing forces that threaten the privacy and security of individual consumers and organizations.
We are living in a digital world, but good security habits take a little longer to develop. National Cyber Security Alliance Executive Director Michael Kaiser talks about the need to change consumer’s mindset about connecting securely during a thought leadership session at MobileCON 2014.
In 2010, the FCC voted that wireless networks were different, and required mobile-specific rules. Here's why the Commission made the right decision then, and why the FCC needs to ensure #WirelessIsDifferent now.
9 out of 10 Americans over the age of 25 use mobile devices, according to the NTIA survey released yesterday. Americans are adopting mobile Internet faster than other technologies, including television. Urban and rural, young and old, minorities and underprivileged communities, all rely on their mobile devices as ...
After the FCC’s October Open Meeting addressing wireless infrastructure deployment and new spectrum bands, I said:
“I am pleased that the FCC took meaningful actions today to advance additional spectrum and quicker siting of wireless infrastructure, which are essential to keeping up with consumers’ skyrocketing demand for mobile wireless services.
“I applaud ...
Following the FCC's adoption of the Inter-service Interference Order and Further Notice, I said:
“We appreciate yesterday’s adoption of another important item that will provide more clarity to potential incentive auction participants. A successful 600 MHz Incentive Auction is critical to meeting consumer demands for mobile broadband and the Inter-service Interference Order ...