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Speakers and Agenda Announced for Mobile Security Conference in Israel
Innovations in theories, design and implementation will be presented by global analysts in the application and handset security arenas
The Mobile Security Conference is scheduled to take place in the Daniel Hotel in Hertzlia, Israel on November 4th, 2010. Logtel CEO Dr. Jacques Bensimon noted the heightened global interest in security threats and concerns by companies, consumers and governments. “In light of major transformations in the mobile security realm and with the introductions of new devices to the markets, central telecom players have set new directions and standards” – he said, adding the latest developments in the RIM uncertainty in UAE and India saying that “guaranteeing security from threats posed either by the handsets themselves or the applications running on them by consumers are a central issue for policy makers”
The conference will address both concerns by offering dual-track panels. Speakers include Mr. Ron Meyran, Director of Marketing and Security at Radware, member of the RAD group, Mr. Labin Remo, MVPN team leader at Motorola and Mr. Yossi Cohen of DSP-IP among distinguished consultants and researchers.
The opening speech will be delivered by Mr. Dror Salev, CEO and Co-founder of DroidSecurity , the first full-featured consumer anti-malware and physical security app for Google’s Android operating system. Mr. Shalev will address the Smartphone evolution and the ongoing threats by hackers equipped with malware and viruses.
To register and download the full agenda please visit logtel.com/MobSecSavetheDate.pdf. Registration fees include entrance to any of the two panels, lunch, and topic material. Logtel offers 10% discount on registration to its Facebook friends who join the fan page by October 20th, 2010.
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About Logtel: Established in 1984, Logtel Computer Communications Ltd. headed by Dr. Jacques Bensimon has followed telecom transformations and developments since the early IBM typewriter to the Apple iPad. It is now known as the worldwide source of professional telecom knowledge and insight in its market. Logtel is headquartered in Israel and holds branches in India and Singapore, in addition to operations in Africa and Europe. The firm provides consulting in the areas of network migration (3G to 4G), infrastructure evaluation, professional training in the Hardware and software arenas, public and in-house seminars, telecom analysis, congresses and conferences. Logtel is the exclusive Xilinx training provider in Israel, and a WiMax Forum member since 2009. Since its foundation, Logtel has trained over 250,000 engineers worldwide.