The BYOD (bring your own device) trend is not slowing down and neither is the transition from desktop to mobile for most employees. As more companies make the transition to mobile, the threat of malware attacks becomes a greater concern. A solid mobile security plan will help organizations keep up with evolving technology and avoid malicious actors.
Entrust will be presenting at the InfoSecurity Magazine Summer Virtual Conference-EMEA on Tuesday, June 17. Join Kevin Vaudry, Entrust product marketing manager, as he discusses how secure mobile is the new enterprise desktop.
Join us to discover:
- Why the mobile platform is more resilient to attack than the traditional desktop
- How mobile devices help meet real-world security needs such as authentication, malware defense and fraud protection
- How strong digital identities for the mobile desktop can enable business applications, transactions and processes.
Are you planning to attend the InfoSecurity Magazine Summer Virtual Conference-EMEA? Join the Twitter discussion and mention @Entrust and @InfosecurityMag using the hashtag #IMVC14.
Click here to learn more about how Entrust is securing mobile identities and devices.