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Seven Deadly (Mobile Security) Sins… According to CISOs

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Most organizations now realize that mobile devices are an unprotected endpoint with access to, or containing all of the information of, traditional endpoints. And while there are some overlaps in what you protect – email, calendars, etc., – the way you solve the traditional endpoint security problem is completely different than how you solve the mobile security problem. 

The chief information security officer (CISO), responsible for an organization's information and data security, has the unenviable challenge of maintaining control in a BYOD culture. 

Not Securing Corporate Email
March 20, 2019  |  10-10:30am CT
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Not Protecting Corporate Apps
March 27, 2019  |  10-10:30am CT
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Letting Hackers Turn on Microphones/Cameras
April 3, 2019  |  10-10:30am CT
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Exposing Passwords/Login Info
April 10, 2019  |  10-10:30am CT
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Allowing Mobile to Deliver Ransomware
April 17, 2019  |  10-10:30am CT
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Sharing Executive Locations/Calendar/Contacts
April 24, 2019  |  10-10:30am CT
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Opening an Entry Point to the Corporate Network
May 1, 2019  |  10-10:30am CT
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The 7 Deadly (Mobile Security) Sins

In order to help organizations of all sizes proactively protect employees and data from mobile threats, Zimperium is hosting a series of webinars focusing on seven of the problem areas CISOs must address, the “Seven Deadly (Mobile Security) Sins.” Each webinar will provide real-world scenarios of how hackers attempted to infiltrate a particular company, the potential damage and how to prevent a hack of that kind. 

Can't make it but still interested? Don't Worry! Register and we'll send you the recording after the event.