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SlideshowSlide Show: Mobile Network Security Strategies London
Dan Jones
5/22/2014
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LONDON -- Mobile Network Security Strategies -- Some of the greatest minds in mobile network security rocked up to the Thistle Marble Arch Hotel in London on Wednesday to get the lowdown on the many and varied threats to mobile networks, and also to hear how operators are protecting their assets and customers.

The presentations and discussions were top class -- see the coverage of the event at our special show news site -- and provided some great insights into an increasingly important topic.

We also had our cameras handy: Here are some snaps from the day. Click on the picture below to start the slide show.

 

4G Safety Officer
EE's director of technical security, Peter Erceg, provided insight into the security challenges of deploying an all-IP 4G network.
EE's director of technical security, Peter Erceg, provided insight into the security challenges of deploying an all-IP 4G network.

— Dan Jones, Mobile Editor, Light Reading

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Susan Fourtané,
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5/25/2014 | 10:30:45 AM
Re: MOAR FOOD PHOTOS!!
I agree, Mitch. Although I don't see the tough choice between cheesecake, apple tart, and cheese and crackers when you can have all three. :D 

Dan, which one did you choose? 

-Susan
Mitch Wagner
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Mitch Wagner,
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5/22/2014 | 7:43:38 PM
MOAR FOOD PHOTOS!!
Needs more food photos. 
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