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From The Trenches: BYOD Program Deployments

Matt Pellowski, Capella University; Chris Trautwein, (ISC)2; Keith Young, Montgomery Country, Maryland; Brandon Dunlap
Join this unique roundtable chat with three InfoSec Professionals who have recently climbed the BYOD mountain and come back down to share their stories. We’ll discuss the industry and regulatory differences, managing user expectations of privacy, legal implications and technical pitfalls in this 60 minute Security Leadership Series webinar, brought to you on April 10, 2014 at 1PM Eastern in partnership with Capella University.
Apr 10 2014
62 mins
From The Trenches: BYOD Program Deployments
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