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Tomorrow: Strategies to Strengthen Mobile Security for Federal Agencies

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WEBINAR: Strategies to Mitigate Mobile Security Threats to Federal Agencies


DATE: May 1, 2014  |  TIME: 2 pm ET / 11 am PT  |  DURATION: 1 hour | Register Today!

Demand for fast, easy mobile access to mission-critical data is on the rise. So is the risk you face - such as losing data and introducing malware - when data and apps from both personal and government environments reside together on personally-owned mobile devices. In this webcast, you'll learn about these mobile security threats and strategies which can enable mobile workers while minimizing risk to IT infrastructure.

We'll discuss:

  • Mobile trends: Workers assume they'll have secure mobile access to email and calendar, but what new mobile functionality do federal employees want?
  • How agencies can take advantage of BYOD while being assured of securing access to their network resources and data.
  • Which security strategies and technologies enable mobile workers while protecting the organization's infrastructure from threats?



SPEAKER:

Stuart Lisk, Sr. Product Manager, Mobile Security, Dell

Stuart Lisk is the Sr. Product Manager for Dell's mobile security products. Stuart has over 25 years of product management experience specifically in the enterprise B2B market. He has been successful delivering and managing network and application systems, SaaS applications, Cloud platform, and security software applications. Stuart not only has a network security background but has also spent time during his career marketing and managing mobile applications.

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