A practical approach for a mobile data-centric security strategy

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Jamie Bass, Director - PwC Advisory Security practice and Terence Spies, CTO, Voltage Security
Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets have become mainstream business tools. Enterprises are accelerating their adoption of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model to increase staff productivity and extend their relationships and brand to customers and partners through mobile channels, especially email. This presents major challenges to their existing security architecture and programs; every environment now features an unprecedented mix of operating systems, applications and practices
Jul 10 2012
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A practical approach for a mobile data-centric security strategy
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