Mobile Security...the threat is real...seriously

Recently we had Mark Painter, Security Evangelist at HP, present his thoughts surrounding the issue of mobile security. With the number of mobile devices carried by the average person escalating, the total volume of mobile apps is growing exponentially, and with projected growth in mobile commerce [$241 billion in 2011 to $1 trillion in 2015*], it’s no wonder that IT leaders are biting their nails how best to ensure security is job one!

In this presentation you'll hear Mark cover such as areas as:

  1. Six mobile development mistakes
  2. Future mobile security trends
  3. Steps you can take now to ensure security
  4. How mobile apps are easily exploitable

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Listen to the audio here [48:00]

This is only the second of a series of webinars, which is scheduled to happen one per month. Future webinar topics will touch on topics covering:

  1. How to design for mobile
     
  2. Getting the right User Experience - Responsive design
     
  3. How to create your first mobile app

  4. How to manage BYOD beyond MDM

 

Come back to our blog site for future announcements of webinars coming your way.

Additional information regarding security:

[*]Resource: Smart Insights: Jupiter Research 2013

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Rick Barron is a Program Manager for various aspects of the PM team and HPSW UX/UI team; and working on UX projects associated with HP.com. ...
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