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Stacy Stubblefield To Discuss Mobile Identity At Mobile World Congress

February 20, 2014

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Barcelona, Spain — Telesign, the Mobile Identity Company, today announced their participation in a Mobile World Congress panel titled, “Service Opportunities for Mobile Identity.” Telesign’s co-founder and vice president, Stacy Stubblefield, will be discussing the number of digital services using Mobile Identity and what this growth means for service providers. The session format will be a series of short presentations followed by a panel discussion which David Birch, director of Consult Hyperion, will be chairing.

What: “Service Opportunities for Mobile Identity”
Keynote 7—Innovation Unleashed

Who: Stacy Stubblefield, co-founder and vice president at Telesign
David Birch, director of Consult Hyperion
Hansen, vice president and chief scientist at Telenor Research
Siim Sikkut, national ICT policy adviser at government office of Estonia
Robert Blumenthal, executive vice president, business development, SecureKey Technologies

When: Thursday, February 27 from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Where: Mobile World Congress
Keynote 7—Innovation Unleashed
Auditorium 1Mobile World Congress is the largest conference and expo for mobile companies in the world, organized by the GSMA, an alliance of mobile operators and other key players in the mobile ecosystem.

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About Telesign
Every second, of every day, Telesign protects the world’s largest Internet, mobile app, and cloud properties by establishing and verifying Mobile Identity.

Telesign’s Mobile Identity platform gives digital businesses the ability to connect a unique identity with every account to verify new registrations and authenticate existing users. Telesign created Mobile Identity to help businesses preserve their ecosystem by detecting a suspicious user before account creation, and to better protect their existing user base from account compromise.Telesign is trusted by the world’s largest companies and protects 2.5 billion accounts in more than 200 countries and in 87 languages.