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Leveraging Mobile for Advanced Threat Protection

With the consumerization of mobile it is becoming the solution of choice particularly for financial institutions to address consumer and business banking needs. This presentation will take a case study approach to look at how mobile can be leveraged to provide protection against the ever increasing threat landscape.
Recorded Sep 16 2014 49 mins
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Chris Taylor, Senior Product Manager, Datacard-Entrust, Jason Soroko, Manager, Security Technologies, Datacard-Entrust
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