Mobility and the Consumerization of IT: Securing & Embracing the Movement

Haden A. Land, CTO & VP, Engineering, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Consumerization of IT demands require security leaders not only to keep up with the fast paced world of mobile devices, but be in the forefront predicting what’s next to come. This phenomenon has thrust information security into the business limelight, opening new doors for both exciting business potential and increased security risks. Now a workplace mainstay, incorporating a progressive approach that leverages the benefits of a mobile environment is necessary. Join Haden Land as he discusses the major trends influencing mobility, their security implications, solution examples from the Public sector, mobility lessons learned and explores the breadth of opportunity these disruptive technologies represent.
Jul 19 2012
48 mins
Mobility and the Consumerization of IT: Securing & Embracing the Movement
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