MobileIron Security Labs: Combatting the Current State of Mobile Enterprise Security
- Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
- James Plouffe
You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!
Enterprises face an expanding mobile threat landscape and emerging risks as high profile vulnerabilities and new malware families are on the rise. This has posed a threat to the global enterprise as mobility has continued to grow and employees expect anytime, anywhere access to corporate apps and data.
To help IT security leaders better understand the current research around mobile threats and vulnerabilities, MobileIron recently released the third edition of the Mobile Security Risk and Review report. This webcast will feature the latest findings from the report as well as recommendations to IT on how to continually refine their mobile security tactics.
Join MobileIron Lead Solutions Architect, James Plouffe, as he reviews:
- Implications of mobile threats and emerging risks on the financial services, government, and healthcare industries
- Statistics on the adoption of Apples Device Enrollment Program (DEP) and Volume Purchase Program (VPP)
- The most popular and most blacklisted enterprise mobile apps
- Approaches to help IT make risk mitigation part of their mobile security routine
Is “information technology polymath” a thing? If so, James Plouffe fits the bill. With over 15 years experience, he has provided IT and InfoSec services and insight for customers ranging from mid-size enterprises to the Global 10. As a member of the MobileIron Product and Ecosystem team, he is responsible for driving integrations with new technology partners, enhancing existing integrations, and helping customers use those integrations to be successful in making modern endpoints a seamless part of their IT and InfoSec strategies. Prior to joining MobileIron, he spent nearly a decade as the Network Architect for Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing, North America where he was responsible for designing and building the LAN, WAN, and perimeter security infrastructure for facilities throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. He is also a Technical Consultant for the award-winning “hacker” drama Mr. Robot on USA Network.