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Why Mobile Device Management Needs Mobile Security

The consumerization of IT is hitting hard and Mobile Device Managment (MDM) needs mobile security. Personal and corporate-owned devices are flooding the workplace. Companies need to secure these devices, and they are turning to Mobile Device Management (MDM).

But an MDM solution will n
The consumerization of IT is hitting hard and Mobile Device Managment (MDM) needs mobile security. Personal and corporate-owned devices are flooding the workplace. Companies need to secure these devices, and they are turning to Mobile Device Management (MDM).

But an MDM solution will not address your primary concerns around securing your data. Learn how to safely allow mobile devices in the workplace while protecting against mobile threats and data loss.
Key topics in the session will include:

· Mobility trends including consumerization of IT
· Profile of a mobile user
· Current approaches to Mobile Security
· The Websense approach
Recorded Jul 11 2012
32 mins
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Stacey Garcia, Product Marketing Manager, Websense
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