Mobolize, the recognized leader for providing an on-device Data Management Engine that provides security, connectivity, and optimization on mobile devices, recently announced a partnership with Akamai, the intelligent edge platform for securing and delivering digital experiences, to offer security to mobile devices for enterprises. The addition of mobile protection adds an extra layer of proactive security controls and threat protection to quickly and uniformly block malicious web traffic for the growing use of mobile devices as employees work from home.
In Episode S2E18 we explore this new partnership as we speak with Colleen LeCount, Chief Revenue Officer at Mobolize, and Tim Knudsen, VP Product for Enterprise Security Products at Akamai. We uncover how this relationship will affect security and device performance for enterprise mobile device users.
Colleen LeCount brings extensive experience in mobile communications industry, including 12 years working at Sprint, to her role at Mobolize. As General Manager of Global Product & Business Development for Sprint, LeCount helped drive revenue through professional services and the licensing of intellectual property to mobile operators globally. Most recently, LeCount ran her own consulting practice, advising telecommunications and technology companies on product launches and market expansion.
Tim Knudsen is VP Product for Enterprise Security Products at Akamai. He leads the Akamai product and program management teams responsible for enterprise application access and security products. Tim has held various leadership positions in both start-ups and large enterprise companies delivering Cloud Networking, Application Acceleration, and Customer Experience Management solutions.
Steven Bowcut is an award-winning journalist covering cyber and physical security. He is an editor and writer for Brilliance Security Magazine as well as other security and non-security online publications. Follow and connect with Steve on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.