“Your brand, your reputation and your intellectual property has gone mobile....is it safe?”
The blurring of the line between business and private use of mobile devices in both the public and private sector has presented some unique security and management challenges for organisations. The recent media story about the USB thumb drive left on a commercial flight with classified documents from a large Federal Government department is a stark reminder of what is at stake and what can go wrong.
Southern Cross, in conjunction with Symantec, is leading the way in helping businesses address these challenges and recently held an executive lunch to discuss:
- Mobility trends and the evolution of smart devices
- Key challenges and concerns that both the public and private sector face when it comes to securing corporate data on mobile or portable device
- Best practices for the public and private sector to follow to establish a framework for device management and integration of mobile devices within an organisation
Click here [Adobe Acrobat PDF - 2.01 MB] to view the slides from this presentation.
Our expert presenters were:
Ashutosh Kapsé – General Manager, Consulting Services - Southern Cross
With extensive career experience spanning ICT Governance, IT Operations, Information Security and Risk Management, Ashutosh has a thorough knowledge of Commonwealth information security initiatives and has an Australian Federal Government security clearance. Presenting on National and International forums for Business and IT Stakeholders, Ashutosh is an engaging and sought after speaker in this space.
Robert Pregnell – Regional Product Manager - Symantec
An established and well respected expert in the field, Robert has been driving Symantec's endpoint security strategy and development for over fourteen years. He has held various roles including leading and contributing to the engineering, product management, and technology groups.