Facebook Mobile Security ThreatBy: Eric EversonYes I will admit it, I am addicted to social networking with the likes of sites such as MySpace and Facebook too. After all it was our prelaunch presence at http://www.
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The purpose of this blog is to discuss common threats and solutions that exist within the mobile community in addition to the intricacies of innovative technologies and markets therein.
<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>
Samsung Soul: Full Metal JacketBy: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comAs a leading mobile security expert, I can not deny my military roots which makes the U.
MySpace Mobile: The Beginning of Cell Phone Social NetworkingEric Everson, MyMobiSafe.comIn a recent announcement MySpace.
The First iPhone Mobile Torrent ArrivesBy: Eric Everson, MyMobiSafe.com2008 has been dog-eared as the “Year of the Mobile Torrent” so it stands to be expected that the first iPhone torrent has arrived as predicted.
Tough Enough: Sybase Breakthrough Handheld Security?By: Eric Everson, Founder of MyMobiSafe.
The MobiTV Debacle: A Mobile Security Issue?By: Eric Everson, Founder of MyMobiSafe.
iPhone Goes Third-Party: Security Over Functionality?By: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.
On Mobile Security: Sony CEO Suggests Just Throwing Your Handset AwayBy Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comIt frightens me as a mobile security expert and cell phone user alike to see such a lack of mobile security awareness in the wireless industry.
BlackBerry Outage – You Say System Upgrade, I Say Achilles Heel…Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comResearch In Motion (RIM) is in the hot-seat this week as millions were without their BlackBerry service.
iPhone Users Beg For Universal Mobile Torrent InnovationBy Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comDespite the risky potential that Universal Mobile Torrents (UMTs) represent the lack of UMTs in the wireless industry is but a gaping hole in mobile content delivery.
AT&T Driving Mobile Open Source Into The New YearBy Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comIt’s been almost a month since Leslie Cauley of USA Today quoted AT&T Wireless CEO Ralph de la Vega in saying “We are the most open wireless company in the industry.
2008 The Year of Open Source Mobile Operating SystemsBy Eric Everson, Founder of MyMobiSafe.comBeginning in October (2007), the future of open source mobile Operating Systems (OS) began looking like an imminent reality.
2008 Mobile Security OutlookBy Eric Everson, Founder of MyMobiSafe.comAs some are struggling through the day due to late night celebrations of bringing in the New Year, I’d like to raise a glass for the mobile community.
Mobile Linux Could Open Door For Universal Mobile TorrentsBy: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.comAs a mobile Operating System (OS), mobile Linux is quickly emerging as the platform of choice for next gen developers.
Cell Phone Challenges Driving Network Security RisksBy Eric Everson, Founder of MyMobiSafe.comArguably cell phones have become as integral as computers at the speed of business and cell phones are creating new challenges for network security.
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- 1 Mobile Speed Demon: Wireless Surpasses Landline - AT&T Mobility
- 2 iPhone Users Beg For Universal Mobile Torrent Innovation
- 3 On Mobile Security: Sony CEO Suggests Just Throwing Your Handset Away
- 4 BlackBerry Outage – You Say System Upgrade, I Say Achilles Heel…
- 5 MySpace Mobile: The Beginning of Cell Phone Social Networking