Zimperium Wins Telecom Council’s ‘Most Disruptive Technology’ Award

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SPIFFY logoWe’re thrilled to announce that Zimperium’s Mobile Threat Protection solution won the San Andreas Award for Most Disruptive Technology at the 8th annual TC3 Summit. The Service Provider Innovation Forum (SPIF) of the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley recognized Zimperium for our innovation, execution, management and technology at the Council’s SPIFFY awards ceremony in Mountain View, CA. Judges recognized Zimperium as showing the highest promise to disrupt the mobile security market.

“Today’s workforce is increasingly conducting business via mobile devices, so it is critical that enterprises take steps to properly protect their data,” said Liz Kerton, president of Telecom Council. “Many of our global service providers see the opportunity for their service and believe Zimperium has the technology and execution to disrupt this market segment.”   

Zimperium’s solution is powered by the proprietary z9 engine, which uses advanced machine learning algorithms to analyze threats in real-time, and prevent attacks before they happen. It is an on-device solution, which secures the mobile device even when it is not connected to the internet.

Telecom Council is a great platform for telecom companies to meet providers of innovative  solutions, and accelerate the development of IoT ecosystem. Zimperium had a strong Zuk Avraham after winning SPIFFY Awardpresence at the recent TC3 Summit. Telcos, device vendors and other platform providers are now focused on mobile security to add value to the end-user experience.  “As pioneer in enterprise mobile security, we foresee mobile cyber attacks becoming a major challenge”, said Zuk Avraham, founder and Chairman of Zimperium. “After six years of hard work, we are happy to receive this award for the most disruptive technology. We are glad our technology is able to help carriers, vendors and developers turn mobile endpoints from a threat to an advantage!”


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