Hacking the Mobile Workforce
Daniel Hoffman - Fiberlink Communications
Mar 05, 2008Size: 484.7MB
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AbstractCompanies spend millions of dollars implementing security technologies to protect their corporate networks. Laptop computers and other mobile devices lose this protection once they leave the confines of the corporate office. This presentation will define mobility-related threats, show live hacks and define best security practices to address these risks, with a particular focus on Network Access Control and NAP technologies.
About the SpeakerDaniel V. Hoffman is a the author of two books by Wiley Publishing “Blackjacking: Security Threats to BlackBerry Devices, PDAs, and Cell Phones in the Enterprise,” released in April and “Implementing NAP and NAC Security Technologies: The Complete Guide to Network Access Control”, due out in March. He is a regular speaker at events throughout the world and has been interviewed as a security expert by numerous worldwide media outlets including Forbes, Network World, Clear Channel Communications and NewsWeek.
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