The Guardian is opening its doors on Monday 29 September from 5:30pm – 9:00pm for a lively debate around the future challenges of securing mobile technologies for business – and you can be there.
The event will be hosted by award winning security journalist Thomas Brewster and will include a panel of leading technology and security experts including Neal Watkins, vice president of product management & development at Symantec, Sanjeev Skukla, director, cyber security consulting at Accenture and Gavin Franks, general manager of enterprise at Telefonica.
The panel will investigate how businesses are using mobile technologies to transform their business processes and make them more efficient whilst also protecting themselves against data leakage and malware attack.
The kind of questions we will be exploring during the session are:
How can you access corporate data securely?
How can you create an enterprise ‘App Store’ without compromising the native experience?
How can you provide secure alternatives to consumer apps that can form a protected workspace on the device?
Where and when is the event?
The event will be held at the Guardian head office at Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU on 29 September 2014
A report of the event will be published in the technology section of The Guardian on Monday 13 October 2014, summarising the outcomes of the discussion and profiling the participants. The report will also be published online on the same date on the Secure + Protect Hub.
You can register to attend the event by following this link.