Borderless security: confidence in a virtual world
Borderless security: confidence in a virtual world

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Date: Thursday, November 18, 2010

Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT

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With the recent surge in workforce mobility, social networking and Web 2.0, organizations today face a new generation of threats that jeopardize the traditional corporate umbrella.

While these areas are creating exciting new ways to connect with employees, customers and clients, they are also expanding the borders of the traditional enterprise and therefore introducing new avenues for potential breaches in security.

On November 18, we invite you to join information security professionals Jose Granado and Chip Tsantes as they share the results of Ernst & Young's 13th annual Global Information Security Survey. Our panelists will explain why 60% of organizations see great risk in using social networking, cloud computing and personal mobile devices at work. They will also discuss the challenges of keeping pace with emerging threats as well as the ways in which you can protect your company's data while embracing the business benefits of recent trends in technology.

Featured Speakers

Jose Granado, Principal-America's practice leader for information security services, Ernst & Young LLP
Chip Tsantes, Principal-financial services office, Ernst & Young LLP

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