Bring Your Own Device - Without Losing Your Data

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Mobile is one of the hottest topics for information security officers.
Executives and employees are demanding access to business content on their smart phones and tablets, and the race to deliver can expose organisations to serious risks.

The benefits are of course huge – cost savings, better employee retention, productivity gains and improved customer service can all be realised with an effective bring your own device (BYOD or mobility strategy. But what are the hurdles companies need to overcome in order to sharing content outside the conventional perimeter?

This webinar will cover:

  • Data privacy – where is your mobile content stored and how is it affected by European privacy laws
  • Apps – the challenge of free consumer tools, ban them, control them or replace them?
  • BYOD – how do you balance demand against the need for security and control



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Jes Breslaw

EMEA Marketing Director, Accellion

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Sam de Silva

Head of IT and Outsourcing, Manches

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Stephen Pritchard

Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

Vijay Rathour

Vice President, Stroz Friedberg, London

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