WEBINAR: Beyond Mobile Device Management It’s time to reevaluate your approach to mobile security
Tuesday September 30, 2014 TIME: 2:00pm ET/ 11:00am PT REGISTER!
Enterprises across the globe are increasingly adopting mobile solutions. Without the proper security measures in place, however, these companies risk data leakage, malware infections, and data loss. Successful mobility deployments require a firm understanding of the security risks – and the solutions that are available to combat them.
Historically, mobile device management (MDM) has offered the best solution. But in this fast changing mobile world, new technologies are emerging. IT departments are now armed with valuable tools to apply more granular policies that secure the apps and content residing on managed and unmanaged devices. This ultimately enables organizations to provide superior – and secure – mobile experiences to employees, business partners, and customers.
Join this webinar for a lively discussion with Forrester’s senior mobile security analyst Tyler Shields, SAP’s head of mobile security Senthil Krishnapillai and Sun Products’ IT operations manager John Major. In this session you will learn:
The new risks facing today’s enterprises as they expand mobile deployments
What has changed in the past two years and why now is the time to reconsider your strategy
How to evaluate the new technologies available and make the best decision for a secure future
How to secure application and data across all managed and unmanaged devices
Tyler is a leading expert on mobile and application security topics, having researched a diverse set of topics including creating a BYOD policy, the mobile security stack, the impact of mobile malware on privacy, reverse engineering binary applications, rootkits and anti-debugging technologies, and, most recently, a programmatic approach to securing your mobile application ecosystem. Tyler focuses his research time and energy around both corporate business strategy and the technologies used in securing the rapidly converging mobile and application threat landscape.
John Major IT Operations Manager Sun Products Corporation since January 2013
John has 17 years of experience in IT operations, focused on delivering IT systems to the enterprise. He has worked in increasing leadership roles for a variety of companies including global industrial gases, electronics manufacturing, and healthcare. He is currently responsible for IT Operations including servers, storage and hosted applications for the Sun Products.
The Sun Products Corporation headquartered in Wilton, Connecticut, is a leading North American provider of laundry detergent, fabric softeners and other household products. The Company’s portfolio of products are sold under well-known brands that include all®, Snuggle®, Sun®, Wisk®, Surf®, and Sunlight®. Sun Products holds the second largest market share in the $10 billion North American fabric care market and has a long history of servicing consumers and providing trusted household names for quality and affordable products.
Senthil Krishnapillai Global Vice President, Head of Mobile Secure Organization, SAP
Senthil is responsible for leading the SAP Mobile Secure organization including strategy, development, product management as well management of cloud operations. Mobile Secure helps enterprises meet the diverse challenges of enterprise mobility by protecting and managing mobile devices, mobile applications, mobile content and communications both on premise and on the cloud..
Milja Gillespie Director Mobile Security, SAP
As director of mobile security, Milja Gillespie drives programs for the company’s leading edge mobile security solutions. Ms. Gillespie focuses on topics including security, BYOD, mobile governance on leading platforms including iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
Prior to this position, Ms. Gillespie drove mobile thought leadership programs at SAP and spent 14 years at Sybase, driving product marketing for mobility solutions. Milja Gillespie holds a Bachelor of Mathematics degree from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Canada..
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