While the incidences of SMS spam continues to rise, with one in three respondents to a recent AdaptiveMobile survey having received mobile spam in the past year, it is still difficult for network operators to see the levels of spam hitting networks at a global level. Current reporting services show SMS spam on only those networks where reporting technology has been installed and these fail to the protect the customer from future spam. With the launch of the SMS spam reporting service, operators will be provided with a much broader view of SMS spam attacks. These unique insights will help to ensure that their network protection solutions are tailored to defend their enterprise and consumer customers against current and future threats, while allowing end users to block unwanted SMS spam.
“At AdaptiveMobile we are seeing a growing trend for the criminal community to target mobile devices,” says Brian Collins, CEO, AdaptiveMobile. “While we believe that the most comprehensive form of protection lies in the core of a mobile operator’s network, our unique network-to-handset security solutions mean that we are able to help turn a mobile device into an added layer of protection for subscribers. With this new service, subscribers will be able to take more control of their own protection, whilst at the same time providing invaluable and, until now, unavailable insight to their network operator.”
AdaptiveMobile is the world leader in mobile security, enabling trusted networks for the world’s largest operator groups and protecting one in six subscribers globally. AdaptiveMobile provides Operators with the most comprehensive network-based security solutions enabling them to protect their consumer and enterprise customers against the growing threat of mobile abuse. www.adaptivemobile.com