Going to the Mobile World Congress (MWC2015)?

Posted by Emma Ban on 2015-02-23 11:14:00

 

Meet Bitdefender's OEM & Technology Licensing team there!

We’ve been hearing about the mobile revolution for some time now. It’s happening as we speak, and it doesn’t seem to be ending any time soon.

Mobile devices are taking all sorts of shapes and functions, enabling us to be more connected with each other, with our homes, our offices and even our cars! They’re changing the way we live and communicate, and also the way we work – the BYOD trend is here to stay and evolve, as more mobile innovations come to light.

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According to a survey by ABI Research, by 2019, wearable tech will become an integral part of enterprise mobility strategies. But will security become an integral part of this trend? As history demonstrated, in their rush to bring them to market, inventors often overlook the potential security flaws in their innovations. Their focus is on production cost and ease-of-use, and not security. But should the security flaws be discovered by cybercriminals, the cost of lack of security could be much greater. Only later on, after the security flaw has been exploited, they start patching it, instead of having it integrated from product design stage.

 

Sure, we’re on the Edge of Innovation. But let’s not be on the Edge of Security too!

With an impressive speaker and exhibitor line-up, this year’s Mobile World Congress promises an

essential, in-depth coverage of the contemporary and future mobile industry, highlighting specific areas of growth and opportunity.

Don’t miss the opportunities Bitdefender’s mobile security technologies have to offer!

Let’s meet at MWC2015 to chat about new OEM solutions and services for mobile, and mutually beneficial partnerships. Click on the image below to give us a sign, and we’ll set up a meeting.

Mobile World Congress Meet up

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Emma Ban

Emma Ban is a Content Writer at Bitdefender. Having worked in the industry for more than three years, in both B2C and B2B areas, she has a deep understanding of the online threats that put at risk the security of both consumers and corporations. Thus, her main focus is to provide insights into security technology trends that enable safe environments for companies and their employees. She thoroughly enjoys traveling and has a special interest in fashion technology.

Topics: OEM Business