BYOD continues to be among the hottest topics – and biggest challenges – for security, and the recent RSA Conference was abuzz with ideas about securing all those precious employee devices.
TCG hosted a panel session during its association seminar moderated by analyst Victor Wheatman with discussion from Eric Green, Mobile Active Defense; Rick Doten, DMI; and Jason Conyard, Juniper Networks.
Video of that session is now available athttp://www.trustedcomputinggroup.org/resources/rsa_conference_2014_get_proactive_with_security. Panelists touched on key topics and Conyard has offered a summary of his take on BYOD with some key points for those implementing a secure BYOD program in his own blog.
Read that here: http://juni.pr/1e9cFVX
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