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From: security curmudgeon (jerichoattrition.org)
Date: Thu Jun 11 2009 - 20:53:35 CDT
Data loss is the top concern in the enterprise
June 11, 2009
Security professionals are well aware of the dangers to a company's bottom
line caused by the loss of a laptop, smart phone or other mobile devise.
What corporate secrets are now available to intruders? How will the
leakage of corporate assets or confidential customer data affect the
company's reputation, nevermind the costs incurred from meeting regulatory
demands commiting the organization to contact everyone affected.
Persuading those in control of the corporate purse strings of the
necessity of having tools and strategies in place to guard against such a
scenario is no easy task, particularly in these slow economic times when
budget dollars are hard to come by.
To learn about the options you have when it comes to safeguarding your
mobile networks, you can hear from a panel of experts during SC Magazine's
all-day eConference: Mobile Security on June 16. Recently, Illena
Armstrong, editor-in-chief of SC Magazine, spoke with Craig
Lucca,?manager, security administration and management, Bloomberg, who
will be the keynote speaker at the eConference: Mobile Security on June
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