Eric Everson: Founder of As a pioneer in mobile security, Eric Everson led MyMobiSafe, LLC from R&D through startup. Today, MyMobiSafe Verified has become the hallmark of quality throughout the app-driven wireless community. Everson is a graduate of the Harvard Business School MIT Program and holds a bachelors degree in Marketing Management and masters degrees in Software Engineering and Business Administration. Everson remains extremely close to the mobile security industry as an innovation leader. As a lw student with an entrepreneurial spirit Everson is driven both academically and professionally by a passion for innovative technologies.

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Mobile Security Profile: BlackBerry Storm2

Mobile Security Profile: BlackBerry Storm2Author: Eric EversonBlackBerry handsets are a staple of office culture; from syncing calendars to sharing business-related data, the BlackBerry handsets are seemingly everywhere you look around the office. Most recently BlackBerry introduced the Storm2, a second generation touchscreen handset into the market.

November 3, 2009 by MobileTech


Google ABC’s… I Like

My company has been listed in Google’s auto-complete web services for a long time; if you type in “MyMobiS” you’ll see the auto-complete for my brand

October 27, 2009 by MobileTech


Intel-iquette: Intel Releases Mobile Etiquette Report

Intel-iquette: Intel Releases Mobile Etiquette ReportAuthor: Eric EversonPerhaps you too get annoyed with movie goers that constantly check and text through the film. It’s a dark theater and that bright screen certainly presents a distraction, so this mobile etiquette report by Intel certainly hits close to home for many of us.

October 20, 2009 by MobileTech


Verizon Wireless: Handset-level Mobile Security?

Verizon Wireless: Handset-level Mobile Security?Author: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe, LLCIn reading a recent press release from Verizon Wireless, something very interesting caught my eye, “Mobile Application Security - Set of professional services designed to help enterprises deliver mobile applications securely by maintaining consistent levels of protection and compliance for both traditional and mobile applications.

September 29, 2009 by MobileTech


Today’s Japanese Cell Phone Merger - NEC, Casio, Hitachi

MobileTech Wireless Insight: Today’s Japanese Cell Phone Merger - NEC, Casio, and HitachiAuthor: Eric Everson, “The MobileTech”As explored by The Wall Street Journal today, cell phone makers NEC, Casio, and Hitachi have agreed to merge their cell phone operations. For some celebrity dating name fun, perhaps “NECasiotachi” will emerge?

September 15, 2009 by MobileTech