A Layered Approach to Mobile Security

Mark Bouchard, CISSP, AimPoint Group, and Ron Gula, CEO, Tenable Network Security
70% of security professionals agree mobile device vulnerability management is very important, but 67% of enterprises report they have no or few mobile controls deployed. Despite the bleak outlook, it is possible to reassert control over this rapidly growing security exposure. Join AimPoint Group Founder and Principal Analyst Mark Bouchard and Tenable CEO Ron Gula and learn how to apply a layered approach to mobile device security to regain control, evaluate risks, and establish essential policies.

You’ll learn:

•Why mobile devices are inherently difficult to track, evaluate, and assess
•The four essential layers of an effective mobile device security strategy
•How to prioritize mobile device security activities
•Why scanning technologies need to change to assure effective vulnerability assessment of mobile devices
May 22 2012
64 mins
A Layered Approach to Mobile Security
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