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Advanced BYOD and Mobile Security

A session at InfoRisk360 Risk Management Workshop

  • Clement Arul

Wednesday 5th March, 2014

9:00am to 5:00pm (SMT)

This technical training covers industry best practices on BYOD & mobile security implementation and risk assessment. You will learn how to design, deploy, administer and secure the technology supporting your BYOD infrastructure.

Who should attend:
IT managers, IT security officers, system administrators, network administrators, penetration testers and anyone who is concerned about securely implementing BYOD

What is covered:
*Introduction to BYOD technology
*BYOD Policy Development
*Mobile device management (MDM)
*Mobile application management (MAM)
*Mobile Hacking and countermeasures
*Contingency planning for disasters
*Defining the roles and responsibilities
*Privacy and legal implications

Strategic Value Proposition:
*Participants will have valuable insight on BYOD and industry guidelines for implementation and policy setting
*Participants will understand the information security risks associated with BYOD
*Participants will be able to develop a secure environment for BYOD

Trainer’s Profile:
Clement Arul has 10 years of experience as Principal Security Consultant, Penetration tester, Ethical Hacker and Security Trainer. He is also a frequent speaker in security events in Malaysia organized by EC Council, Microsoft, Government Agencies, Corporate and Universities. Clement has been awarded with Circle of Excellence Award 2013 by EC Council. He is also a content author for books concerning Workshops on Web Application Security, Penetration Testing, Network Security and Cryptography.

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Clement Arul

CTO, Security Consultant, Penetration Tester & Trainer

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Time 9:00am5:00pm SMT

Date Wed 5th March 2014

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