Malicious URLs in SMS messages are leading to more and more attacks to mobile networks subscribers. What can we do as an industry to fight back, protect consumers, and protect SMS as a channel? Join us on 1 June to learn everything you want to know about the latest Flubot attacks.
Fabrizio Salanitri – CEO, Horisen
Fabrizio has over 20 years of experience in developing and delivering cutting-edge SMS messaging technology and software solutions for mobile operators, telecom providers, carriers, and SMS aggregators. Having built an enormously successful SMS wholesale enterprise before pivoting to providing carrier-neutral software solutions gives Fabrizio a depth of industry knowledge unmatched in the SMS and A2P industry. He brings his passion of empowering SMS providers to grow their business to every facet of messaging.
Mark Gaudet – General Manger, Cybersecurity and DNS Services, CIRA
Under Mark’s leadership, CIRA’s core security services, DNS Firewall and Canadian Shield have grown to protect more than 3 million Canadians from malware, phishing and botnets. Mark’s extensive experience in DNS management began as one of the founders of a start-up that developed NetID, one of the first enterprise DNS, DHCP and IP address management products. He also sits on the board of directors for the Halifax IXP and on the ICTC National Cyber Security Leadership Council on Youth and Education.
Brendan Cleary – CEO, Cellusys
Brendan has deep roots in telecom security beginning as an engineer working on one of the first SMS firewalls in the market. Over the years he has worked with Tier 1, 2 and 3 carriers, signalling providers and other industry players. He has gained valuable insight securing telecoms infrastructure across many different regions and cultures and brings enthusiasm to helping networks improve subscriber experience and achieve more stability in SMS revenue streams.
Paul Walsh – CEO, MetaCert
Paul Walsh was part of the team that launched AIM 1997. He helped to deliver the first MMSC and SMS voting system for O2 UK, and as a member of the W3C Advisory Committee, Paul co-founded the Mobile Web Initiative and the standard for URL Classification that replaced PICS.
For more information, check out our blog on Flubot and Smishing.Tags: Flubot, smishing, sms, Webinar