Webinar OnDemand: MDM Isn't Enough To Protect Your Enterprise
When Bring Your Own Device initiatives became widespread in the late 2000s, businesses were eager to jump on board, but initially struggled to understand the scope of mobile adoption. A decade later, BYOD has proliferated, but security and data privacy remain key challenges for IT departments.
In this webinar, we explore the evolution of BYOD in the enterprise, where standard MDM solutions fall short, and what alternatives are available to create a proactive, data-centric security posture. Learn about best practices for securing corporate data on any mobile device in today’s fast-changing landscape.
Bob Turner is the Chief Information Security Officer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he leads the development and delivery of a comprehensive information security and privacy program. His previous experience includes managing consultants focused on cybersecurity policy and compliance with assessment of information systems and cyber security inspection as principal strengths. Bob also served in the U.S. Navy as a Communications Officer with a 23 year career in telecommunications and information systems management. He earned BS and MS degrees in Management and Information Security and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and with National Information Assurance Training Standard certificates as a Senior Systems Manager and Systems Certifier issued from the Naval Post Graduate School.
Currently the CIO for the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office has over 20 years of experience in various industries ranging from Active Duty Military, Manufacturing, Health Care, Software Development, Advertising and local government. His goal for local government is to bring efficiency, transparency and productivity to government through the use of technology.
Salim is responsible for Bitglass product marketing and communications strategy. Prior to joining the Bitglass team, Salim held various roles in consumer tech media and product communications. Salim received a B.S. in Economics from Santa Clara University.
Jason Koestenblatt is the Editor of Enterprise Mobility Exchange. You can reach him on: firstname.lastname@example.org.