Amazon spent more than $13.6 billion on technology in 2018, making it the biggest corporate IT spender in the world, yet they were still blind to the risk of mobile threat.
CEO Jeff Bezos was sent an infected video file via WhatsApp in May 2018 which exfiltrated data. The innocuous-seeming video file, which contained malicious code, then sat undetected until February 2019.
If this can happen to Amazon and Jeff Bezos, it can happen to anyone!
Mobliciti and Zimperium were joined by attendees for a virtual breakfast briefing on 30th April 2020. Topics discussed included:
- How organisations are attacked via mobile
- How to stop your CEO becoming the next breach
- Understanding the impact of a compromise on your corporate and personal data
- Audience questions answered around MTD
All attendees also received a free app health check report for an app of their choice.
GM EMEA, Zimperium
Ashish has more than 20 years’ experience in Cybersecurity. Today, he is the General Manager EMEA for Zimperium, the global leader in mobile threat defence (MTD), offering real-time, on-device protection against Android and iOS threats.
Addressing the critical security gap challenges today’s enterprise organizations and government agencies are facing with employees performing business on or through their own or company/government provided mobile devices. During his years of services launching leading technologies, Ashish has been at the forefront of bringing the attention of new and emerging threats and solutions to the market. Prior to his role at Zimperium, Ashish held leadership roles with Forcepoint, Intel Security, Stonesoft, Beeware, e92plus and Workstation Solutions.
Andy joined Mobliciti in June 2015 as the Operations Director, responsible for Customer Support, Engineering, Project Management and Internal Operations and Systems and has most recently transitioned into the role of Chief Technology Officer. His previous role as Global Head of Mobile Engineering at HSBC meant that Andy was responsible for 70,000 Smartphone and Tablet devices globally. He also implemented the first BYOD and managed iPad solutions into HSBC.