Surviving the Mobile Device Invasion – When Mobile Tries to Connect to IT

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Cameron Camp, ESET
With the deluge of new mobile smartphones like Android, iPhone, and others hitting the streets, there are thousands of new attack vectors against a company's IT infrastructure that create potential security nightmares. When users download apps by the droves and then want to connect to core critical infrastructure, how should IT handle it? While there is a drive for increased off-hours and/or offsite productivity using mobiles, can we stomach the changes that are coming, and can our organizations remain (or become) secure?
Dec 7 2011
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Surviving the Mobile Device Invasion – When Mobile Tries to Connect to IT
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