Description: Synopsis:Apple sold over 15 million iPads during the final quarter of 2011, crushing their projection of six million—great news for Apple and its shareholders...terrifying news for IT professionals and corporate decision-makers with no mobile security strategy in place. A large percentage of those 15 million iPads were brought in to the office in the first week or two of January, most commonly to sync the new device with work email and other file- and information-sharing portals.
Bottom line: use of personal mobile devices to access, store and share corporate data exposes businesses of all sizes and across all industries to significant risk. Sensitive data is literally walking out the door on a daily basis. So what do IT professionals need to do to secure and manage mobile devices in the workplace? Implement a robust, comprehensive mobile security strategy.
Mobile security strategies are no longer an option. They are an absolute necessity and, if avoided, a very costly mistake. This presentation will explore the real life, real time risks employers face as a result of BYOD. Most importantly, it will also highlight the top five elements of a mobile security strategy—a strategy that could save you money and preserve public perception.
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