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What you can learn at Mobile World Congress 2017

What you can learn at Mobile World Congress 2017

2000 550 Suraiya Datardina

Social Engineering: Hacking the User
Thursday 2 March  14.00 – 15.10

Mobile World Congress
Hall 4, Fira Gran Via

Mobile World Congress is the mobility conference of the year. Held in Barcelona from the 27th February to 2nd March, it’s the largest gathering of mobility leaders each year. The conference programme continues to be a focal point of the event and 2017 will be no different. Running the full length of the conference, its aim is to challenge and educate delegates whilst covering the latest technological developments, next-generation services and growth strategies.

Mobile World Congress taking security seriously

A key part of this year’s agenda will focus on mobile security. With so many high-profile hacking cases hitting the news over the past year, this is no surprise. The mobile industry continues to see high levels of growth but the risk to businesses is also increasing.

Toni Sless, Director, Intro Consultancy and Risk Avengers is hosting what promises to be an exciting panel discussion centered around social engineering where she will be joined by our own VP of Product, Michael Covington.

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Many of the high profile cases we hear in the news are not due to a lack of security within the networks but centered around social engineering. Although many people in the security world would say networks aren’t secure enough, they would also say that people are the biggest threat to digital security today. So what can we do about it?

Don’t miss this exciting panel discussion where a myriad of experts will be discussing issues around social engineering, how to encourage safer types of behaviour and what part the industry can play in this. Featuring hackers, demonstrations and case studies.

Learn more about threat prevention

You might hear about the dangerous leaks and mobile attacks that make the news. But your organization might just be vulnerable to other threats right now.

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