Wednesday, April 13, 2011

How to secure mobile devices?

Safeguarding Critical Information In Today’s 24/7 Workplace

It has been written regularly in this group that security should be a business enabler but with iPads, SmartPhones and clouds enabling staff to access data from just about anywhere – where do you need to draw the line?

SC magazine have been doing some research with 500 CIOs into this very issue to establish how to secure staff across multiple access points without hampering productivity. They are addressing the findings and offering practical solutions in 2 webcasts going live this Tuesday and Thursday – you can see more details and sign up for both at .

I have also listed some more information below for you to establish the relevance for your teams:

1. Safeguarding Critical Information In Today’s 24/7 Workplace

Goes live on 14th April at 3pm
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With access points and resultant breaches increasing all the time this webcast will offer ideas to ensure that only the right people gain entry to your critical information. Learnings relate to all platforms from clouds through to social networks and mobile devices to help you sleep easier.

Speakers for this live webcast include:
Mike Moir, Entrust Product Manager, Entrust
Special guest CIO to be confirmed

2. Are Mobile Attacks Undermining Your Business Security?

Goes live 12th April at 3pm
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This webcast will help you pinpoint specifically the relative vulnerabilities of each mobile device with the help of a recent ‘Top 3 iPhone Attacks’ case study. It will also shed vital light on the progress of international policies relating to data in transit to ensure you always stay on the right side of the law.

The experts featured include:
Tim Mathias, Director of Security, Thomson Reuters
Chris Wysopal, Co-founder and CTO, Veracode

I know thousands of you are now members of SC’s webcast community in which case you need only click attend on each of them at to secure your free attendance. Otherwise you need only follow the one-off sign up process.

Do feel free to feed back to us on the content of these webcasts or with any ideas for the future. We hope that you find them useful.

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