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BlackBerry Be Mobile Conference focuses on mobile security in Latin America

The second edition of this annual event will bring together academics and leaders from the mobile industry who will talk about emerging trends

PGP Blackberry today opens the second edition of the Be Mobile conference for the Latin American press. The event will focus on the issue of mobile security and how current and future security trends are impacting government agencies, businesses and people around the world.

“BlackBerry is the biggest reference in mobile communications security,” said Jorge Aguiar, Regional Director of BlackBerry for Latin America. In a context in which mobile security is becoming increasingly important, the relevance of BlackBerry mobile business solutions, unique in the market, increases even more. This edition of the Be Mobile conference will offer invaluable information about mobile security trends that companies and the more than 500 government agencies that make up our large customer base throughout Latin America can not miss. ”

The Be Mobile 2014 conference is a two-day event dedicated to the press, which will include talks by internationally renowned experts, interactive presentations and live demonstrations of BlackBerry’s advanced business mobility solutions, and debates and panel discussions on trends. of mobile security.

At  www.thebemobileconference.com you will  find the complete Be Mobile programming. Among the invited lecturers will be the following:

Bruce Schneier:  Expert in internationally recognized safety technology; The Economist  has called him a “security guru”. He wrote 12 books, including  Liars and Outliers:  Enabling the Trust that Society Needs to Thrive , and hundreds of articles, essays and research papers. More than 250,000 people read their electronic bulletin  Crypto-Gram  and their blog  Schneier on Security , both very influential.

Jeff Holleran : As Senior Director of Enterprise Product Strategy at BlackBerry, Jeff Holleran is responsible for the development of product strategies and the roadmap of BlackBerry enterprise software offerings. After joining the BlackBerry team in November 2001, Holleran has held leadership positions in product management, solution development and technical sales units.

Andrew Lippman:  Lippman is one of the founders of the world-famous MIT Media Lab and one of the leading international researchers on the evolution and impact of media and technology in business, society and everyday life.

John Sileo:  CEO of The Sileo Group, a group of privacy and security experts that helps organizations protect the data that drives their profits. He has collaborated with the Pentagon,  USA Today , Blue Cross, the FDIC, Pfizer, the 60 Minutes program  , the US Department of Homeland Security. UU and organizations of all sizes.

Jay Gumbiner: He  is in charge of IDC’s research division for Latin America, a task in which he manages various teams of hardware, software and distributed services analysts in the region, which provide analysis of more than twelve Latin American countries through studies. quarterly, semi-annual and annual. These services provide detailed predictions about the main corporate and consumer markets of the region.