Unique personalities with multi-faceted talent have a great ability to transcend traditional boundaries and stand apart from others. Their passion, interests, and skills make them excel in diverse domains with versatility and adaptability. One such unique personality is Christopher Stojcev.
Christopher Stojcev is mainly famous for his contribution as the first privacy-focused wireless telecom service provider through his company Mobilen Communications Inc. The company leads in providing a 5G post-quantum network that allows security-focused businesses and government efficiently do their work.
Christopher built the 5G post-quantum network for data protection and encryption with his partner Alexander Purta, who served the US Special Operations Command. Alexander is also a highly specialized IT expert with over 25 years of experience developing, operating, and assessing innovative cyber technology and encryption protocols for secure digital communication.
The 5G post-quantum network is still new, and US President Joe Biden signed into law the Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Preparedness Act, HR 7535, which has two components:
First, the OMB needs to “prioritize” the transition to PQC within a year of NIST rolling out its new guidelines. It means by July 5, 2023, OMB should initiate moving toward to implement the NIST-approved cryptographic algorithms to safeguard systems in the executive branch. So, Stojcev’s Mobilen Communication is the first to do it and has given the government an instant solution that requires no infrastructure change or heavy lifting.
Secondly, the law gives the OMB one year from the bill signing, which is December 21, 2023. By this time, the OMB has to send a report to Congress containing the strategy, a request for funds for moving to quantum-safe systems, and collaborate with international organizations.
The role of post-quantum is critical because it enables the government to comply with the regulations and have a quantum plan in place for all government agencies. Recently, Mobilen also launched its 1SIM product as a global data solution that allows users to travel to over 68 countries without having to pay additional fees for roaming data.
For the most part of his career, Christopher worked for AT&T Inc., providing support to enterprise clients and selling various cybersecurity, wireless, and network services. Christopher’s major breakthrough came when he identified an industry-wide problem with data privacy. He found that the mobile carriers neither safeguard user data nor take any action to stop SIM swapping and SIM hijacking.
To solve this issue, Christopher, has built an unprecedented Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) or a wireless service provider.
During an interview, Christopher says, “I am extremely passionate about helping my customers and solving problems. Quite often, clients reach out with a wish list or want list in the industry, and we build them a custom wireless solution that is aligned with their goals. We are also extremely proud to say we have a 5G post-quantum network that is encrypted, randomized, redundant, and NIST NSA compliant. Our network is fully integrated with AT&T, Verizon, Akamai, and many global providers are reaching out to develop this same level of partnership with us.”
In this age of digital data, user information is at risk. By leveraging Mobilen, Christopher and Alexander ensure their customers’ data is safe, and they have peace of mind by using the duos’ post-quantum network.