Wednesday 29th February, 2012
3:15pm to 4:30pm
In the past few years, the number of Internet connected devices per household has risen from 1.5 to 4.5, each of them surfing the web, downloading apps and putting an increasing amount of our personal lives online. So, what effect if any does today’s mobile device explosion have on the state of information security and consumers’ personal safety? Are the security considerations the same as we evolve from a world where people connect to the internet and to each other from the home to one where these connections happen anywhere and everywhere? And as an increasing amount of personal information becomes woven into our mobile lives, are we putting our finances or even our physical selves at risk when device loss or theft happens to 1 in 3 consumers?
At this panel, security leader Norton and other industry experts will explore how mobile is redefining security. Privacy, multiple devices and mobile-specific threats are among the new challenges being brought to light in this complex new ecosystem. Here, we’ll discuss not only how cybercriminals are adapting to the new threat landscape but also how the emerging mobile market is driving demand for a whole new definition of the word ‘security’.
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