Which “hotspots” require greater attention by today’s IT security leaders? What options does IT have for mitigating these hotspots in the era of high-mobility, BYO and Cloud?
CyberEdge Group’s annual Cyberthreat Defense Report (CDR) is designed to complement Verizon’s annual Data Breach Investigations Report, providing a penetrating look at how IT security professionals perceive different types of cyberthreats - and plan to defend against them.
This webinar will explore key findings from the recently released 2015 edition of the CDR, paying particular attention to identified “hotspots” requiring greater attention by today’s IT security teams – including enterprise web properties, mobile devices and occasionally careless employees.
Attend this insightful session to learn:
•Which types of cyberthreats concern IT security professionals the most
•What parts of the computing infrastructure they consider to be most exposed
•Which security defenses are already present or planned for acquisition
•How virtualization and containerization technologies can address IT Security’s “weakest link”
•Other strategies and solutions for future-proofing your organization’s defenses
Have You Heard? Next Generation Hotspots are Here!
The Mobile Internet will grow 18x over the next four years. And there is a three-fold problem service providers face aiming to profit from mobile Internet services:
-Fragmented user experience as lines blur between consumer and business services on mobile devices
-Capacity and coverage with limited spectrum and the rise of indoor usage
-How to define the path to new revenue streams What can Wi-Fi offer to address these concerns?
Find out through this webcast an innovative approach to address these questions.
Tune in to learn more about:
* The future of Service Provider Wi-Fi networks
* WFA Hotspot 2.0 Specification
* WBA Next Generation Roaming Trials
* How Hotspot 2.0 will open up new revenue opportunities for service providers
Have you looked at Wi-Fi lately? It has reached a whole new level of scale, security, and sophistication – what the market is calling carrier-grade Wi-Fi. And an industry initiative is underway to make Wi-Fi roaming on par with cellular roaming.
This webcast will provide an overview of the Wi-Fi Alliance Hotspot 2.0 specification and provide some insight into the upcoming Wireless Broadband Alliance Next Generation Hotspot trials. These trials will set the stage for the future of Wi-Fi, establishing it as a robust, secure technology that will augment and complement 3G and 4G networks for years to come.
Given increased changes in legislation on imports and exports of commercial vehicles in various African countries, a major shift is expected to take place amongst the dominant suppliers of commercial vehicles across the continent. China is anticipated to play a key role in determining the future suppliers of commercial vehicles in Sub-Saharan Africa. This briefing will identify how the Sub-Saharan African commercial vehicles market is expected to evolve between 2012 and 2020.Read more >
The briefing will provide:
· Understanding of the market forces impacting the development of microgrids within key regional markets (NA, Europe, APAC, ROW)
· Market strength, commercial opportunity and expected growth of microgrid types per regional market (i.e., rural and island grids, community/utility, commercial/industrial, military, institutional/campus)
· Assessment of key business models being used in the establishment of bankable microgrid projects
· Identification of growth hotspots (countries) for future microgrid growth and assessment of supporting policy
In this webinar we will discuss what physical security professionals should expect in 2015. Topics will include social media, local activism, and global hotspots, among others.Read more >
e-Retailing for automotive parts and services is expected to experience double-digit growth in North America and Europe through 2020. The market will not only witness higher online sales, but will also see new forms of aftersales fulfillment, such as mobile service, remote repair, social buying, and so on. These developments may present new revenue opportunities for various aftermarket stakeholders, but there are significant challenges as well.
Why You Should Attend:
- Uncover the opportunity hotspots (regions, categories)
- Learn the best practices of successful e-Retailers
- Find out how to effectively leverage emerging technologies and business models for building omnichannel presence
Social Media expert Jerry Hart has a word of advice: “Stop begging or paying mainstream media to write about you. Instead, create targeted content that gets you noticed—by Word of Mouse.”
By understanding the new rules of new media you’ll be in the driver's seat every time you reach out to customers/prospects/stakeholders online. It's all about applying your marketing skills to the latest Web 2.0 hotspots.
Jerry will teach you how to:
• Master social-media-driven marketing
• Add online B2C tactics to your B2B initiatives—and boosting response in a whole new, Web 2.0-driven way.
• Make blogs, chats, and online buzz work for you—by including you as an authentic participant in online communities
You already know more than you think you do