Exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2016 – Stand 7C70e

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We are excited to announce that Copper Horse will be exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2016 at the Grand FIRA in Barcelona 22-25 February 2016. Come and visit us in Hall 7 at Stand 7C70e. We will have some fun challenges on our stand including the chance to try your hand at lock picking. We will also be demonstrating the intelligent door, part of the Motion Project, allowing the monitoring of very distinct data points while allowing you full control of your privacy. Here at Copper Horse, we firmly believe that you are not the product.

 

You’ll find us at a number of events on-site including running the UKTI Cyber Security in the Mobile World sessions at lunchtimes on Monday 22nd (Connected Car Security)Tuesday 23rd (Future Network Security) and Wednesday 24th (Cyber Security in IoT) on stand 7C40 as well as speaking in the main conference on Thursday 25th. Monday the 22nd evening sees the “Dark and Stormy – The Cyber Happy Hour” from 17:15 onwards which will include drinks, food and some amazing Pecha Kucha talks. Our CEO, David Rogers will be MC’ing the event. We encourage you to come along to the cyber sessions as they’re all good learning opportunities as well as good for networking with other security professionals and experts. For all the UKTI events, just turn up to the UKTI stand 7C40 and try to get there early as the seats fill up fast.

 

We will also be hosting our invitation only, annual security dinner on the Sunday at a secret location in Barcelona.

 

Copper Horse is a UK based mobile systems security consultancy and solutions provider. The company provides world-leading security expertise on mobile and connected devices. The organisation is currently focused on advising clients on Internet of Things security threats, strategies and solutions as well as developing a security-focused IoT product through the company’s “Motion Project”. The company will focus on a consumer-focused IoT security strategy in 2016 with the theme of “You are not the product”.

 

If you’re interested in working with us, here are some of the services we provide:

 

• Security threat and risk analysis, strategies and solutions
• Internet of Things solutions development (security, software, hardware)
• Mobile handset security expertise (throughout the stack from hardware to browser)
• Incident handling and responsible disclosure expertise
• Smart Home security consultancy
• Connected Car security consultancy
• Small cells security
• Bespoke security and anti-fraud solutions development (including software and hardware)
• Standards consultancy
• Specialist investigations and product/market threat and risk analysis
• Technology horizon scanning

 

We look forward to meeting you in Barcelona!

 

 

Note: This blog was edited to add more details and events on the 10/02/16.

Copper Horse Mobile Security Dinner – Mobile World Congress 2014

Another year and we’re back again. This year’s Copper Horse security dinner will take place as usual at a secret location in Barcelona on the 23rd of February. With some of the world’s leading minds in mobile security present, it’s the hottest ticket for Sunday night. Contact us if you’d like to attend, there’s a limited number of places. As always, we split the bill at the end.

 

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This is far too early for the dinner and in the wrong location…

Mobile World Congress 2013

 

Copper Horse were present once again at the world’s largest mobile event, Mobile World Congress, held at Barcelona’s Fira GranVia in February. The team were present in the city for a week, attending various talks, meeting a lot of companies and going to fringe events over the four days of the congress and the weekend before.

Fira Barcelona

 

One of the highlights of the company’s week was the presentation of the inaugural Dead Technology Award – a prize given to a technology that had either died off or flopped considerably in 2012 in the technology world. At the Sunday event Innovation on the Fringe, the audience voted that Sony Ericsson was to be the winner, after having been subsumed into Sony. Following this, Copper Horse hosted the now well-established annual dinner, featuring security experts from around the world – an hugely interesting experience. On the Monday, PhonepayPlus announced they are working with us on Incident Handling for mobile malware.

 

And to the congress itself; MWC was considerably larger in 2013 than it had been in previous years and there were eight different halls of company stands and theatres to peruse. The week featured a continual pattern of security sessions, stand visits and award ceremonies by day and networking parties by evening. Overall, it was another enjoyable experience. And so begins the planning for next year!