BYOD Policy in Financial Services; Or 'What Happened to the BlackBerry?'

 

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The financial services industry is famous for company-supplied devices, most famously the ubiquitous BlackBerry. Today, however, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has become the approach. While this may make business sense, it makes securing the enterprise more difficult and gives an attacker new ways to breach the network. It can be particularly challenging for banks and credit unions with offices distributed all over the world. It also has made BYOD Policy, from creation to enforcement, a critical business need.

 

Listen and watch to this lively discussion on BYOD policy and how best to enforce and secure these devices as well as:

  • Best practices for creating and enforcing your BYOD policy.
  • Learnings directly from a banking CISO.
  • How to centralize your distributed vulnerability assessment program.
  • The capabilties, and cost savings, around remote pen testing.

Listen to this all-star panel:

Paul Asadoorian

Founder & CEO of Security Weekly

Geoff Gilton

Head of Technology Strategy and Design, SVP Infrastructure Director for Citizens Financial

Jayson E. Street

InfoSec Ranger at Pwnie Express

Kent Nabors

CISO at MidFirst Bank

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