As the threats targeting the mobile ecosystem increase the GSMA continue to enhance the security support offered to its membership.
Our purpose is to analyse the industry’s threat landscape and provide information that enables our member’s ability to protect the mobile ecosystem.
The GSMA Security Team supports the Fraud and Security Group (FASG). We work collaboratively with this group of experts on Fraud and Security topics.
Further to our work with the FASG we have broadened our presence within industry through best practice publications, as well as providing security operations services for our membership. We work with a wide variety of stakeholders to deliver our services, these include:
- Industry Bodies
- Standards Development Organisations (SDO)
- Security practitioners
- Security researchers
- Senior security representatives
Meet the Team
Head of Industry Security, GSMA
Jon France is the Head of Industry Security at the GSMA. He has been with the GSMA since 2008 having held several technical positions and moving into current position in 2018. Jon is responsible for leading the Fraud and Security function within the GSMA reporting to the CTO and working within the board reporting Technology Group. Loves all things technical and passionate about security as global societal reliance on technology rises, in part driven by the 5G era and strives to ensure that it is resilient & secure and meets operators, consumers and wider ecosystem expectations.
Has 20+ years global experience in Enterprise IT & Security within the Media and Telecoms fields, having previously delivered cloud enablement strategies, built online product portfolios, run development teams, run global IT portfolio, and lead incident / crisis management teams.
Head of Security, GSMA
Security Operations Director, GSMA
FASG Director, GSMA
David Maxwell is a Senior Working Group Director in the GSMA’s Fraud and Security Group (FASG). FASG drives the mobile industry’s management of fraud and security matters related to technology, networks and services, and brings together fraud and security management specialists from the GSMA membership to share intelligence and develop best practice.
David also manages the GSMA Security Accreditation Scheme (SAS), which provides production security auditing and certification for sites supplying UICCs, eUICCs and subscription management services to the mobile industry.
Security Industry Analyst, GSMA
Martin Beauchamp is an Industry Security Analyst at the GSMA’s Cyber Security Department where he works on delivering practical security responses to the evolving threats facing the mobile industry.
Martin has significant global experience in delivering cyber & security outcomes with industry, government and academic perspectives. He has a strong technical background and nurtures trust relationships to understand solutions to complex cyber security problems. Martin has a broad range of current interests including cyber and open source software security, equipment supply chain risk, new technology exploitation. risk management, industry engagement and programme delivery.
Prior to joining GSMA, Martin worked in UK Government on Telecoms Security & Resilience at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and in a variety of cyber security roles at BT. He holds 2 degrees and is a Chartered Engineer.
Security Services Manager, GSMA
James Skuse is the GSMA Security Services Manager, responsible for the effective management of a variety of security services provided by the GSMA to protect the mobile ecosystem.
James is a CREST Registered Threat Intelligence Analyst and has a background in security analysis. James’ broad base of experience includes significant work with the academic research community during his time at Dods Group, Nature Publishing and the Royal Society.
Senior T-ISAC Manager, GSMA
Leonie Lewis is the GSMA Senior Telecommunications – Information Sharing Analysis Centre (T-ISAC) Manager, responsible for facilitating and improving processes for cybersecurity threat-related information sharing in the global mobile ecosystem. This member-driven initiative is essential for the advancement of cybersecurity in the telecommunications industry.
Prior to GSMA, Leonie was the Senior Threat Intelligence Lead at Inmarsat and representative for information sharing with internal stakeholders, as well as global government, law enforcement and several ISAC communities.
Leonie has also held various roles in Law Enforcement; notably, as part of City of London Police (CoLP) Cyber Protect Network that links with the Regional Organised Crime Units throughout the UK.