Mobile Security: The IAM ChallengeCSOs Elayne Starkey, Malcolm Harkins on Enabling BYOD
Security leaders agree: You can't realistically say "no" to the bring-your-own-device movement. But you also cannot say "yes" without taking on significant mobile security challenges. None any bigger than identity and access management.
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Elayne Starkey of the State of Delaware and Malcolm Harkins of Intel are two CSOs who stepped into the BYOD movement early, and they are open about the lessons their organizations have learned.
In this video interview, Starkey and Harkins discuss:
- New approaches to IAM;
- Privacy challenges to be tackled;
- How to use mobility to enhance security.
Starkey is CSO for the State of Delaware, a role she's held for seven years. She is responsible for the enterprisewide protection of information assets from high-consequence events, including cyber and physical terrorism and natural disasters.
Harkins is vice president of Intel's Information Technology Group and CISO and general manager of information risk and security. The group is responsible for managing the risk, controls, privacy, security and other related compliance activities for all of Intel's information assets. Before becoming Intel's first CISO, Harkins held roles in finance, procurement and operations.
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