Security Challenges Just A Speed Bump For BYOD-Focused Enterprise

Contributor: Jason Koestenblatt
Posted: 09/08/2016
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Global tire manufacturer Michelin has a presence in 171 countries and more than 111,000 employees worldwide. Making any significant change on a large scale within the company is a massive undertaking.

That’s why Seth Pack, the company’s leader for global IT initiatives for mobility, will discuss the implementations and their challenges at Enterprise Mobility Exchange’s Mobile Cloud Computing & Security event in Miami on Oct. 11 to 12.

“Within my presentation I will explain how Michelin is using mobile technology to empower and enable its employees to do their jobs from the device of their choosing,” Pack said. “Through recent initiatives, we have delivered innovative and award-winning solutions which have propelled our employees in their day-to-day work, while ensuring comprehensive security.”

In North America, Michelin employs a bring-your-own-device model, Pack said.

“Attendees will hear a list of the security challenges we faced, how we overcame them without degrading the end user experience, and what security myths should no longer constrain many organizations,” Pack said.

Pack will be speaking alongside Michelin North America CISO Glenn Foster on the topic in October at the Enterprise Mobility Exchange’s Mobile Cloud Computing & Security in Miami.

The Speaker Spotlight series gives a look into what speakers at the Mobile Cloud Computing & Security exchange in Miami will discuss on October 11 and 12. To see what the CIO from Southeastrans, Inc. will be discussing, click here. Also, find out what Aetna’s Director of Software & Mobile Security will speak about here

The Exchange will include CIOs, CISOs, and security directors from across all industries, including keynote speakers and private networking opportunities. Find out more about the event here.  


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Jason Koestenblatt
Contributor: Jason Koestenblatt