Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Time: 2:00pm EST / 11:00am PST
Duration: 1 hour
The use of personally owned devices continues to grow as does the demand by students and staff to use their personally owned devices on campuses across the country. With the rapid proliferation of mobile devices, universities are faced with developing policies and strategies around securely implementing BYOD into their existing environment.
The session will discuss security threats and best practices to support BYOD initiatives that institutions should consider to include: app security, mobile payments, tablets, iOS mobile WiFi, and Social Media. Also recommendations on industry security capabilities to better help Higher Ed address external mandates (HEOA, FERPA, PCI) will be discussed.
Programs and Alliances State, Local Government and Education
National Security & Privacy Architect,
U.S State, Local Education and Government
Louise A. Finn,
CIO & Associate VP Technology Services,
Loyola University Maryland
Attend this webinar and receive a certificate of attendance towards your professional development hours. For more information please email Shana Murik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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