Creating a Mobile Security Action Plan...

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...A Year From Now You May Wish You Had Started Today

We’ve all developed very personal relationships with our smartphones and tablets. As we use them at work, at home, and on our travels, it’s only natural to see these useful gadgets as entirely benign.

Unfortunately this is not the case. Too many people, including C-level executives and privileged users, make irrational judgments, when it comes to mobile devices. As a result, they overlook the need to protect them – and the data they carry.

In this webinar we will:

  • Assess the growing threat posed to, and by, personal devices;
  • Examine the role mobiles can play in data loss, and how to prevent it;
  • look at the different strategies for dealing with personal and company-owned devices;
  • Discuss steps businesses can take to reduce and mitigate data loss and security risks, and to “harden” personal devices against attack.

 

Speakers

Alan Goode

Managing Director, Goode Intelligence

    Stephen Pritchard

    Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

      Stephane Vinsot

      Marketing Director for Identity & Access Products

        Peter Wood

        Partner, Naturally Cyber LLP

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