Mobile Device Security

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Mobile Device Security

Today's new business culture, with expanding corporate perimeters, ubiquitous network connectivity, and the proliferation of mobile devices, involves new security risks.  Businesses must ensure that their security policies are up to date and effectively communicated to their workforces in order to enforce acceptable use and protect against data theft and hijacking.  Join John N. Stewart, Cisco Vice President and Chief Security Officer, to hear his thoughts regarding current mobile workforce trends and challenges, and his recommendations on how to best secure mobile devices.


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John N. Stewart, Vice President and Chief Security Officer, Cisco Systems, Inc.

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