When it comes to mobility, enterprises are not nearly as secure as their security leaders believe them to be. In a global survey of 400 information security executives, 44 percent rate themselves at above average or superior when self-assessing their organizations' mobility security. Yet, 41 percent suffered a mobility-related security incident in the past year. And only 25 percent are very confident their organizations have the right technology in place to minimize the impact of mobility threats.
Attend this webinar for a complete look at organizations' 2015 mobility security agenda, including:
Top mobility and security goals;
Which security controls they will invest in;
How to make the business case for new resources to ensure mobility security.
As global enterprises continue to discover the business benefits of mobility, they simultaneously face sophisticated threats and continuously emerging risk factors. These factors raise serious questions for security leaders:
How prepared are you to defend your organization's data?
Can the technology you deploy today evolve with the threats awaiting you tomorrow?
Do you know your users and how they consume data?
Do you have the right policies and controls in place to secure sensitive data and manage the evolving mobility threat landscape?
Bottom line: Is your extended mobile enterprise truly as secure as you think it is?
These questions formed the foundation of the 2015 State of Mobility Security Survey, conducted by Information Security Media Group. This webinar presents the full results of this survey, as well as expert analysis. Register now to learn why organizations are currently ill-prepared to:
Defend their critical data;
Deploy security controls to evolve with mobility threats;
Know their users and how they consume data;
Have the right policies and controls in place to secure sensitive data and manage the evolving threat landscape.
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Field is responsible for all of ISMG's 28 global media properties and its team of journalists. He also helped to develop and lead ISMG's award-winning summit series that has brought together security practitioners and industry influencers from around the world, as well as ISMG's series of exclusive executive roundtables.
Chief Security Strategist, Citrix
As Chief Security Strategist for Citrix Systems, Kurt Roemer leads the security, compliance, risk and privacy strategies for Citrix products. As a member of the Citrix CTO Office, Roemer drives ideation, innovation and technical direction for products and solutions that advance business productivity while ensuring information governance. An information services veteran with more than 20 years experience, his credentials include the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) designation, he served as Commissioner for the US public-sector CLOUD2 initiative and he led efforts to develop the PCI Security Standards Council Virtualization Guidance Information Supplement for the payment card industry while serving on the Board of Advisors.