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Michael Potters, CEO, The Glenmont Group
Michael Potters, CEO, The Glenmont Group
With more workers using mobile devices, companies are becoming increasingly concerned about the security of these smartphones and tablets. So, it is no surprise that we are noticing more positions opening up in mobile security. I would not be surprised to see these needs explode in companies that have intellectual property or compliance concerns. What it takes

Experience developing security interfaces with apps that work on iPhone, BlackBerry and Android. At least three to five years in internet security with exposure to mobile security.

Compensation

Pay for security architect with a focus on mobile secrutiy ranges from $95k to $135k.

– Michael Potters, CEO, The Glenmont Group
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