Craig Heath, Chief Security Technologist, Symbian Foundation
Fashion accessory, personal entertainment device, social network portal and business tool. People keep their smartphones with them 24 hours a day and expect to use them in all contexts of their life, both business and personal. The different security architectures of today's smartphones may be targeted at one or other of those environments, but can security policy be managed in such a way that both personal privacy and enterprise security needs are satisfied?
Craig Heath is Chief Security Technologist at the Symbian Foundation. He has been working in IT security since 1988, first at The Santa Cruz Operation as security architect for SCO UNIX, then at Lutris Technologies as security architect for their Java Enterprise application server. He joined Symbian Software Limited in 2002, working in product management and strategy, and joined the new open source Symbian Foundation in 2009. Craig is lead author of "Symbian OS Platform Security" published by Wiley, co-author of The Open Group "Technical Guide to Security Design Patterns" and lead author of The Open Group "Guide to Digital Rights Management".