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Catch up to the 21st Century, Session 2: Secure

Securing your business is a complicated and sometimes seems overwhelming. You need multiple layers of protection and it needs to be able to evolve and keep your business safe.

In the Secure session, we will start by providing a high level discussion and update on current risks and threa
Securing your business is a complicated and sometimes seems overwhelming. You need multiple layers of protection and it needs to be able to evolve and keep your business safe.

In the Secure session, we will start by providing a high level discussion and update on current risks and threats facing your business from a technology perspective. The threats facing businesses today are real and they are evolving at an alarming pace. It is crucial that your technology be able to keep up with this evolving threat landscape.

We will discuss several technologies that can help you dynamically protect your data, your assets and your employees from both online and physical security risks, including loss of data, business continuity and other risks. We will also specifically discuss the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) challenge facing your business today how to allow employees to securely use their preferred mobile, smartphone or tablet device on your network.
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