Milestones

Internet security veterans at the forefront of mobile security

2006: Founded CellTrust Corporation

2007: Launched CellTrust Secure Mobile Information Management platform and SecureWallet offering; acquired PrimeMessage; launched SMSGateway™, CampusReact™ and FlightAssist™

2008: Launched CellTrust SecureSMS to over 200 countries and 800 carriers and are honored with multiple awards including: CTIA Emerging Technology Finalist Award, the Fierce 15 Top Emerging Wireless Companies 2008 Award, and the Best of WiMAX World EMEA 2008 Industry Choice Award. CellTrust and a Young School in Harlem also inspire the Mobile Industry to win the prestigious Global MMA Award for Relationship Building

2009: Launched first Secure SMS Appliance for Global Enterprise; Honored with multiple awards including: Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Award, Product of the Year / 2008, Tomorrow’s Technology Today, Enterprise Enabler RCR Ecosystem Award

2010: Received MobileTrax 2010 Mobility Award, and the 2010 Mobile Merit Award in the Mobile Services, enterprise product or service category, for CellTrust SecureSMS™

2011: Celcom, the largest Mobile Operator in Malaysia, offers CellTrust SecureSMS® to millions of subscribers. CellTrust SecureSMS® 3.0 is released; Received TMC 2011 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award, Secure Mobile Transaction Server recognized for exceptional innovation;

2012: Recognized as 54th Fastest Growing Telecommunications Company in Inc. 500/5000 List; Recipient of the Innovator of Year Award, Governor’s Celebration of Innovation by Arizona Technology Council; Acquired mobile marketing company RevMobile; Introduced CellTrust SecureVoice™ to deliver encrypted voice communications and protect private conversations; Launched HIPAA Compliant Communication Server to provide Secure SMS, Secure Voice and Secure Email for mobile devices and tablets

2013: Launched the CellTrust Secure Mobile Communication product suite - PULSE (Healthcare), TRACK (Financial Services), COMMAND (Government) and VENTURE (Enterprise); Launched a T-Mobile CellTrust exclusive 4-Digit Priority Code for critical messages over the control channel; CellTrust becomes a SAMSUNG GOLD Enterprise Partner for secure mobile communication; Samsung and CellTrust partner to offer a pager replacement solution for critical healthcare communication

Sean Moshir - Founder, CEO & Chairman

Sean Moshir Mobile Security

"People are going to become more and more dependent on their mobile phones as they replace the PC for validating identity, conducting real time transactions, providing location-based services, and much, much more - requiring a secure and intelligent environment for information exchange."
- March 2006

Over the last decade, Moshir has attracted over 40 million USD in investment and venture capital for his companies in Arizona. His new venture CellTrust, founded in 2006 also headquartered in Scottsdale, has now been recognized as the 54th Fastest Growing Telecommunications Company in the USA by the INC. 500/5000.

Over the last twenty years, Moshir has led several industry-changing technology initiatives including the creation of ManageWare, the world's first network management language, later sold to IBM. In the early nineties, he co-developed one of the first network anti-virus VAPs for Central Point Software, later acquired by Symantec. Moshir then created sophisticated network tools called NetBasic, which he first licensed and then sold to Novell. In 2001, Moshir sold IT management provider, Altiris (now Symantec) a system management software program designed for UNIX/Linux operating systems. Just a few years later in 2004, Moshir's PatchLink Update™ was licensed to Novell.

Sean Moshir is credited with founding the now multi-million dollar security patch vulnerability management and remediation space when he started PatchLink (now Lumension). Under Moshir's lead, PatchLink became one of the fastest growing companies in the US and was ranked by INC. 500. PatchLink grew from 18 employees to over 200 with offices around the world in just over two years. PatchLink provided many top level US government agencies, such as FBI, US ARMY, US NAVY, NASA, NIST, DISA, VA, NIH, USDA, EPA, HHS, as well as numerous local and state government agencies with state-of-the-art Internet security. In addition, Fortune 500 companies around the world, such as Shell, Lockheed Martin, Novell, IBM, Thompson, Kraft Foods, Harley Davidson, and Bank of America sought out PatchLink for their security expertise.

Moshir has received national recognition and honors from industry and business publications, such as Network World, Network Computing, Software Magazine, IT Security, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes. In 2003, PatchLink™ Corporation and its founder, Sean Moshir, were awarded the 2003 Arizona Innovators award for excellence from the governor of Arizona. In 2004, PatchLink brought the prestigious INC 500 award and in 2005, Moshir was among 16 senior security industry executives worldwide, from companies such as BEA Systems and Tipping Point, to receive the "Shaping Info Security 2005 Award."

Joining other internationally recognized Internet security authorities in 2007, Mr. Moshir was appointed to the International Advisory Board of SCIPP - a non-profit organization dedicated to taking security to the global organization, as well as to the individual. Sean has served in the past with distinguished security authorities, such as Howard A. Schmidt, who was Vice Chair of the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board and Special Advisor for Cyberspace Security at the White House.

In 2008, Mr. Moshir led CellTrust to win three prestigious technology awards; the CTIA Emerging Technology Finalist Award, the Fierce 15 Top Emerging Wireless Companies 2008 Award, and the Best of WiMAX World EMEA 2008 Industry Choice Award nomination within the innovation category for its patent-pending, SecureSMS® software. 2008 also brought the Global Mobile Marketing Association Award for Relationship Building when CellTrust helped a young charter school in Harlem.

Moshir led CellTrust to launch the first Secure SMS Appliance in 2008 and multiple awards followed including: Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Award, Product of the Year / 2008, Tomorrow’s Technology Today, Enterprise Enabler RCR Ecosystem Award. CellTrust SecureSMS also brought in the MobileTrax 2010 Mobility Award, and the 2010 Mobile Merit Award in the Mobile Services, enterprise product or service category and in 2011 the Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award.

In 2012 Moshir and his team at CellTrust were the recipients of the Innovator of the Year Award, Governor’s Celebration of Innovation by Arizona Technology Council and recognized as the 54th Fastest Growing Telecommunications Company by the INC. 500/5000.

Sean Moshir envisions a world where the mobile device is crucial to validating identity, and therefore passionately advocates CellTrust's core mission to provide an intelligent environment for the trusted and convenient exchange of relevant, highly confidential, high-risk, enterprise or personal data.