TeleSign Leads Identity Protection Panel at Dreamforce | TeleSign

Los Angeles, Calif. — TeleSign, the Mobile Identity Company, today announced their participation on the Dreamforce panel titled, “Avoiding an Online Nightmare: Protecting Identity with Two-Factor Authentication.” During the panel, Eric Leach, senior director of product management at and Sean Whitley, cloud security advisor at TeleSign, will discuss lessons learned from WIRED senior writer Mat Honan’s epic hack.

What:          “Avoiding an Online Nightmare: Protecting Identity with Two-Factor Authentication”                               Panel Dreamforce conference, San Francisco

Who:            Sean Whitley, cloud security advisor at TeleSign, Matt Honan, senior writer at WIRED,                              Eric Leach, senior director of product management at

When:          Monday, Nov.18 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Where:         Moscone Center West, 800 Howard St., Room 3024, San Francisco, 94103

Dreamforce2013 is the world's largest vendor technology conference, and expects more than 120,000 people to register to attend this year's 11th annual conference and experience the power of social and mobile cloud computing and connect with their customers in a whole new way. With more than 1,100 sessions and 350 cloud companies in the expo, attendees can participate in interactive sessions, hands-on training with cutting-edge technology, thousands of live demos and unparalleled networking. 

About TeleSign

Every second, of every day, TeleSign protects the world's largest Internet and Cloud properties by establishing and verifying Mobile Identity

Digital businesses use TeleSign's Mobile Identity platform to 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.


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