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Global Security University: Mobile Device Security Classroom
MOBILE DEVICE SECURITY: Is mobile hacking so far-fetched? – We’re quickly approaching that tipping point with mobile devices where attackers are spending more time poking and prodding the various mobile platforms in play inside enterprises looking for exploitable weaknesses. Meanwhile, consumerization of IT is a burden for IT management and operations to contend with and attackers are preparing to take full advantage, especially as more mission-critical business is done on mobile platforms, especially open platforms such as Android. This security school will examine the threats hackers pose to mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, the various mobile security technologies available to ward off malware, and what policy decisions you need to consider around personal devices and corporate data stored and accessed by consumer devices.
Sponsored by: IBM
SpeakerZeus Kerravala Principal Analyst, ZK Research
Zeus Kerravala provides a mix of tactical and long-term strategic advice to help his clients succeed. Prior to ZK Research, Kerravala spent 10 years as an analyst at Yankee Group. Before Yankee Group, Kerravala held a number of technical roles including a senior technical positions at Greenwich Technology Partners (GTP), Ferris, Baker Watts and Alex Brown and Sons, Inc.