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A Global Perspective on Mobile Security, Privacy and Safety

Traditionally, when we think of mobile computing, we think about which of our employees we trust and what devices we allow onto our network. But what if we've been looking at this from the wrong end of the telescope? What if the bigger threats to our networks aren't the employees and their new devices, but telephone companies, technology vendors & governments?

Using case studies from around the world, this presentation discusses the challenges to privacy, security and safety posed by end-users, mobile devices, vendors, and governments.
Recorded Jul 11 2012 49 mins
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Raj Goel, CISSP, Chief Technology Officer, Brainlink International, Inc.
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