KoolSpan To Present at Information Systems Security Association

Jeffrey Stern, VP Business Development, to provide an evidenced-based review of mobile communication attack vectors.

Bethesda, Md., March 21, 2011 – KoolSpan, Inc., a leading innovator of simple secure connectivity solutions that seamlessly protect voice and data communications, today announced that KoolSpan Vice President, Business Development Jeffrey Stern will present Cellular Eavesdropping: an Evidence-based Discussion, as part of the New York Metro Chapter Information Systems Security Association (NYMISSA) program Mobile Security: Protecting Communications, Data and Devices, to be held 2 p.m., Tuesday, April 12, at the Bank of NY Mellon.

In his presentation, Stern will spotlight the mobile voice security threat, offer insights on attack scenarios, highlight current challenges, and share insight on how best to protect mobile communications. This educational presentation, based on publicly available information, will provide a comprehensive review of this dynamic and often overlooked information security topic.

NYMISSA is a leading organization for professional development in information security. It provides educational programs to enhance knowledge and capabilities among its membership.

About KoolSpan, Inc.

KoolSpan is a leading innovator of simple secure solutions that protect communications, whether voice or data. Its TrustChip® security engine can protect any application on any device, including standard commercial-off-the-shelf smartphones. Today’s flagship apps enable smartphone users to place encrypted phone calls simply and easily. As a result, businesses and governments worldwide have made TrustChip the premier solution for protecting their sensitive conversations. KoolSpan solutions are available through wireless carriers and authorized resellers globally. To learn more, visit www.koolspan.com or call 240.880.4400.


KoolSpan Media/Analyst Contact:
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