Managing the Unmanageable: A webinar overview of security with virtualization, containerization and secure networking.
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If you’re concerned about control over the sensitive data
Especially data that is subject to governance and regulations on unmanaged devices, please plan to join Kurt Roemer, Citrix chief security strategist, on October 30. Kurt will present a webinar overview of security with virtualization, containerization and secure networking. Kurt will explain how we can manage the risk for the unmanageable.
The following topics will be covered:
- The types of consumer-grade devices and their relative risks
- How to secure sensitive data – even on unmanaged devices
- Options for security across unmanaged apps and networks
- How to develop and enforce policies to “manage the unmanageable”
At Citrix, we’re committed to help our customers build the most secure environment they can to help protect what matters most. Consumerization of IT and bring your own (BYO) has irreversibly ended IT’s monopoly of centralized control. Gone are the days of IT’s ability to strictly forbid certain devices, apps or networks for business usage. While many applaud the productivity gains afforded by mobility, enterprise leadership is rightly concerned about control over sensitive data subject to governance and regulations on unmanaged devices. In this webinar, Kurt will share recommendations on how to manage the unmanageable and maintain full control over sensitive data. To learn more visit, www.citrix.com/secure.
About the author
Stacy Bruzek Banerjee is the director of solutions marketing for Citrix and is responsible for global security, business continuity and BYOD solutions. Prior to Citrix, Stacy worked to build Guidewire to explosive growth and a successful IPO. She has held marketing leadership roles at Oracle, Symantec and VISA, where she focused on data management, security and collaboration. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota. Feel free to read more of Stacy’s blogs.