Mobile Security Breakfast Briefing

Thursday, March 29, 2012 7 years ago 08:30 - 11:30

A morning briefing in which we focussed on solutions to some of the challenges in the Mobile Security arena.

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Has the mobile revolution caught the security industry a little bit off guard? Consumer technology which was previously shunned and banned from our businesses has captured our hearts and we can no longer leave it at the office door! How should we respond to the associated risks? This briefing will explore the subject in more detail and provide some insight into how mobile security within the enterprise needs to position itself to enable our businesses going forward.

This briefing will covered the following areas:

  • High level overview of the major mobile platforms (BB, iPhone, Android, Phone7)
  • Which is the best ecosystem?
  • Some of the solutions that are available (plus their problems ie, GOOD)
  • Brief overview of where organizations we work with are heading with their mobile security strategy
  • What would we change if we had a choice?Common challenges and security issues that we find
  • What the elements of a successful mobile security strategy look like

At this briefing we exclusively released our Mobile Working briefing paper.


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