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<p>Eric Everson: Founder of MyMobiSafe.com. 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. </p>

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The vPhone: Why Visa Should Go Mobile

The vPhone: Why Visa Should Go Mobile

The vPhone: Why Visa Should Go MobileAuthor: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comWith all of the success of Apple’s iPhone, there is a growing case to support a company like Visa entering the mobile industry too.

published July 23, 2008 by

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Nokia and Open Source Symbian

Nokia and Open Source Symbian

Nokia and Open Source SymbianBy: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comSo Nokia picked up the exclusive rights to the Symbian OS recently at a relative bargain (considering the licensing fees that Nokia can now save).

published July 7, 2008 by

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Poor Mobile Banking

Poor Mobile Banking

Poor Mobile BankingBy: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comIn reading the news this morning an interesting article from Fox Business News titled Mobile Banking to Transform Microfinance caught my eye.

published May 5, 2008 by

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Mobile Banking: The Weakest Link

Mobile Banking: The Weakest Link

Mobile Banking: The Weakest LinkBy Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comFor many the prospect of conducting their banking by cell phone either strikes them as totally cool or totally crazy.

published April 24, 2008 by

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Government Alarms Going Mobile

Government Alarms Going Mobile

Government Alarms Going MobileBy Eric Everson, MyMobiSafe.comThe American government has announced their intentions to send nationwide alerts to cell phone users based on three types of events: child abduction, natural disasters, or a terrorist attack.

published April 11, 2008 by

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The Mobile Industry’s Growing DoS Risk

The Mobile Industry’s Growing DoS Risk

The Mobile Industry’s Growing DoS RiskBy: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafeIn the not so distant past, major labels such as Yahoo and Amazon have become targets of malicious Denial of Service (DoS) campaigns. DoS campaigns are designed to hit servers so hard with false traffic that the real traffic is denied service.

published April 9, 2008 by

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