Date: Thursday, September 26, 2013
Time: 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT
Today's digital identities are at the heart of the most insidious online attacks. And as the mobile evolution expands at an amazingly swift rate, the collision of sensitive digital identities and mobile computing introduces new security challenges and opportunities.
Entrust explores how to properly protect digital identities and leverage mobile devices to defeat malware, confirm and verify high-value transactions, and instill true business enablement. Join Us for this webinar to learn about which mobile security techniques work — and, more importantly, which don't — to help win the war against the most nefarious online identity and fraud attacks.
Jason Soroko, Head of Malware Research, Entrust
Jason Soroko is Head of Malware Research for Entrust. Soroko has spent more than 11 years with Entrust in various architect or developer roles. As Malware becomes more advanced, the need for Entrust to understand evolving threats requires considerable investment. Soroko frequents security conferences and tradeshows to educate the industry on identity-based security and ensures Entrust stays at the forefront of understanding this offensive capabilities possessed by today's malicious actors. Prior to joining Entrust, Jason worked in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the oil and gas industry.