San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Securing mobile devices for the enterprise: reality or myth?
The explosive growth of mobile devices introduces many challenges for commercial and government organizations, especially as demands increase for mobile computing and end user support across the globe. Consequently, it causes conflict between IT and Information System Security stakeholders as they challenge each other to define the "right" balance between protect and perform.
The San Diego Chapters of AITP, ISACA and ISSA are bringing together experts from IT and Security to discuss this complex and controversial topic. The discussion will include:
- Hardware protection
- Preventing data leaks
- Avoiding mobile malware
Please join us and our panelists as we gain a better understanding of the complexity of mobile security. This forum will also provide a great opportunity to network with other IT and IS professionals.
Stephen Cobb, ESET Security Evangelist
Charles Koehler, Accuvant Solutions Engineer
Paul Smedgaard, KPMG Risk Consulting Practice
Sean Yarger, GM, Symantec Core Security & Mobility, Security Business Practice
Joshua Davis, Qualcomm Senior Director, Information Security & Risk Management
Matt Stamper, MPIA, MS, CISA, President - San Diego ISACA Chapter, VP of Managed and Professional Services - redIT
Admission is free, but seating is limited, so register now to reserve your seat!
Special thanks to Qualcomm for hosting this event.
When & Where
AITP San Diego
AITP is the leading worldwide society of IT professionals.
For over six decades, AITP has championed the human element of the Information Technology profession and remains focused on providing a community of knowledge, education and resources that will empower its members to reach their true potential as an IT business professional.
AITP San Diego serves the San Diego IT community by providing a forum for professional and career development through networking and presenting issues and trends relating to the management of technology and information.