How to Balance Mobility, Security and Privacy
Join 451 Research and Zimperium to learn how to create symbiotic processes in your enterprise mobility programs and increase security.
- 451 Research: Primary research on mobility and security programs
- How mobility programs affect security and privacy models
- How advanced companies secure their devices and applications
Delivering mobility programs requires balancing access to corporate systems, securing data and providing the appropriate level of privacy to your mobile workforce and executives.
Workers want flexibility, privacy and ease of use but IT wants to limit the number of variables and processes to maintain a secure environment and reduce the number of attack vectors. Making informed decisions to meet the needs of all parties without creating administrative bottlenecks is a difficult task.
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Duration: 45 minutes plus live Q & A
Chris Marsh, Research Director, 451 Research
Chris Marsh is a principal analyst researching enterprise mobility. As part of the 451 Research Mobility team, which was established in July 2014 with the integration of Yankee Group, Marsh focuses on analyzing the impact of mobile, social and cloud technologies on enterprise and service provider business models.
John Michelsen, Chief Product Officer, Zimperium
John Michelsen has more than 20 years of technical leadership experience and, as Zimperium’s Chief Product Officer, is instrumental in guiding product management and development strategies. Michelsen was a co-founder of Interactive TKO, where he served as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chief Scientist, as well as CTO for CA Technologies.