Tactical Success for Multiplatform Endpoint Security

Tactical Success for Multiplatform Endpoint Security

Tactical Success for Multiplatform Endpoint Security

Date: Feb 19, 2013

The new edge of the organizational network is now often found in mobile devices – handsets, tablets, and notebook PCs – that are increasingly owned by end-users themselves. This BYOD paradigm has many quantifiable benefits, to be sure, but also introduces new challenges in securing the network and sensitive data, as well as in maintaining the integrity of the network and other IT elements and supporting what could be a (very) large and complex array of devices. This presentation will break down those challenges and help you develop an overarching security strategy that cuts across the myriad threats and multiplicity of platforms now facing your organization.

About the speaker: Craig Mathias is principal with Farpoint Group, an Ashland, MA-based advisory firm specializing in wireless and mobile technologies, products, services, and systems. Mathias is an internationally-recognized expert on wireless communications and mobile computing, and has published numerous technical and overview articles on a wide variety of topics. He is a well-known and often-quoted industry analyst and frequent speaker at industry conferences and events.

View the next item in this Essential Guide: BYOD platform support: Why an iOS and Android strategy makes sense or view the full guide: Managing BYOD endpoint security

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