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Mobile Innovation and the Internet of Things Expands Location, Now Worldwide

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Friday, February 21st 2014


Mobile Innovation and the Internet of Things Expands Location, Now Worldwide

AirPatrol CEO and CTO to discuss innovative development of smart devices and a world full of sensors bringing location to the top of enterprise mobility topics at Mobile World Congress and the RSA Conference.

- Next week, mobile and location are going to be trending. At Mobile World Congress, AirWatch Connect Barcelona is hosting an array of discussions around mobile focuses such as the latest trends, initiatives and success stories in enterprise mobility from innovative companies and leading analysts firms. Across the globe in San Francisco, the RSA Conference will address cybersecurity and mobile today, and tomorrow. Cleve Adams, CEO of AirPatrol Corporation, a leader in cybersecurity and location-based services and recently acquired by Sysorex Global Holding, will join a panel in Barcelona on Tuesday February 25 to discuss some of the latest in mobile innovation – present and future.

Concurrently, AirPatrol CTO, Dr. Guy Levy-Yurista will speak on the Internet of Things and location-based mobile capabilities in San Francisco. “The evolution of mobile is only starting and already these powerful, yet small devices have morphed from a simple telephone to our number one dependency,” said Cleve Adams, AirPatrol CEO. “Traveling to Barcelona and San Francisco supports what we’re developing at AirPatrol; location-based and context-aware solutions are the next big thing, no matter where you are.” Cleve Adams’ talk on the “Future of Mobile Innovation” will be held at the AirWatch booth (Hall 3, booth #3D10) at Mobile World Congress. Dr. Guy Levy-Yurista will be presenting at a CyberHive event on privacy and security with the Internet of Things in San Francisco as well as hosting two free luncheons with Lilian Systems.

To attend either event or to schedule a meeting with Cleve or Guy (limited availability), please contact Lauren at ledwards@airpatrolcorp.com.

About AirPatrol

AirPatrol is a developer of mobile device identification and locationing systems. Its flagship product, ZoneDefense, is a security platform for wireless and cellular networks that can detect, monitor and manage the behavior of smartphones, tablets, laptops and other mobile devices based on their location. AirPatrol’s recently released ZoneAware is developed from mobile security values and meets today’s mobile revolution head on by empowering users’ devices. Headquartered near Washington, DC, AirPatrol has regional offices in San Diego, California, Vancouver, Canada, Sydney, Australia and Sao Paulo Brazil. AirPatrol customers include numerous government and military agencies and large enterprises around the globe.

For more information on AirPatrol Corporation and its products, call 410-290-3446, email: ledwards@airpatrolcorp.com or visit airpatrolcorp.com.

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