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TeleCommunication Systems’ Tips on Protecting Your Cellphone From Malware

While the U.S. wireless ecosystem continues to work together to create innovative solutions to cyberthreats, at the end of the day consumers are their own best defense from mobile malware. During CTIA 2013, Drew Morin, TeleCommunication Systems Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, provided some simple tips for consumers to protect themselves. CTIA provides [...]

Kaspersky Labs Defines Mobile Cybersecurity & Future Challenges

From targeting mobile devices and platforms to attacks on financial institutions and critical infrastructure, Kaspersky Labs’ Senior Vice-President Chris Doggett gives an overview of cybersecurity, efforts in the mobile arena and the challenges ahead. You can find more information and tips on mobile security on CTIA’s website.

Corporate Philanthropy: How Wireless Makes a Positive Impact on Health, Education and Safety

The wireless industry has changed the way we communicate, but it’s also leading efforts to improve health, education and safety around the world. Inside the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion at CTIA 2013, The Wireless Foundation highlighted our member companies’ philanthropic programs and initiatives to share the inspiring stories with attendees on how wireless is making a [...]

Enterprise IT MobITS Award Submissions Now Open

You’ve worked hard this year, and now it’s time your ingenious mobile IT solution receives the recognition it deserves. Submit it for the MobITS awards. The winners, announced at MobileCON, will reflect the most innovative solutions to issues facing IT professionals, from securing devices and data to building apps for businesses. The MobITS categories are: [...]

Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion: Sprint

During CTIA 2013, Sprint showcased its consumer safety initiatives in the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion. In addition to its internal work toward sustainability and accessibility, Sprint highlighted: 4NetSafety – Partnering with organizations such as Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Sprint’s 4NetSafety program provides free Internet safety [...]

Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion: SAP HANA for Humanity

At CTIA 2013, SAP highlighted its vision of corporate social responsibility at the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion. Along with the company’s initiatives that focus on education and entrepreneurship, SAP showcased its HANA for Humanity. Using data to recognize opportunities for change and improvement, this SAP program helps nonprofit and government agencies analyze and use big data [...]

Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion: Ericsson

As part of the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion at CTIA 2013, which promotes wireless industry nonprofit programs, Ericsson displayed the global impact of broadband.  Through their Technology for Good campaign, it supports programs and initiatives that use mobile technology to better lives by addressing issues such as poverty, human rights and climate change. Ericsson’s Technology for [...]

“It Can Wait” Demonstrated via AT&T Texting Simulator

At CTIA 2013, CTIA Vice President of Public Affairs John Walls stepped into the AT&T “It Can Wait” Texting Simulator at the Corporate Philanthropy Pavilion to show how difficult – and incredibly dangerous – it is to text while driving. CTIA, along with Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon as well as a number of other organizations, [...]

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