Mobile Threats & Best Practices
Malware-free days on our mobile devices are numbered if not extinct.
This webinar introduces security best practices for a wide range of mobile devices, with special attention to smart phones and tablets.
Malware and cybercrime are moving in on your mobile devices. Learn more about the growing threats and innovative misuses cybercriminals are deploying on your devices. As we introduce more uses for mobile devices, we attract more crime to this platform. Malware-free days on our mobile devices are numbered if not extinct. This seminar introduces security best practices for a wide range of mobile devices, with special attention being paid to both smart phones and tablets: such as, iPhones, iPads, Android tablets and more! This material will assist IT department in establishing strong end-point security on mobile devices, which compliments a Mobile Device Management (MDM) /Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategy. Recent attacks on these devices will also be dissected so the participating banks fully understand the threat that these devices introduce into the workplace.
Also, don’t forget about those customers you have that are utilizing mobile devices for a growing number of financial services. How do we inform and protect customers regarding these threats, and encourage the application of best practices on their devices?
The following topics will be addressed:
- Mobile malware
- Innovative cybercrime schemes
- Mobile technologies and inherent weaknesses
- Best practice controls for mobile
- Forecast on mobile usage and security trends
The program is designed for information security officers, auditors, IT managers, compliance officers, security officers and operations officers.
Josh Stroschein is an instructor of information systems at Dakota State University. He has spent over a decade as a programmer with a focus on web applications and security. He is also a technical advisor, providing his years of experience to organizations across a variety of industries. His research interests include malware analysis, application security, software development and wireless communications.
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