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SecurityWeek and Mocana Host Live Webcast on Protecting Corporate Data in Mobile Apps

SecurityWeek will host a live webcast with Mocana, on Wednesday at 1PM EST, showing how organizations can protect corporate information by adding fine-grained security policies into individual mobile apps.

SecurityWeek will host a live webcast with Mocana, on Wednesday at 1PM EST, showing how organizations can protect corporate information by adding fine-grained security policies into individual mobile apps.

In the webcast, Mocana will introduce a new technology that protects corporate data within individual apps, without the need for an SDK, access to the source code, or a device-level client/agent.

When: Now Available on Demand

Register Now (Free)

Presenter: Tushar Patel, Senior Product Marketing Manager

Why Attend?

• Learn why proper security measures for individual mobile apps are important

• Learn how IT managers can protect corporate data from intentional and unintentional leakage by protecting mobile apps directly, so that data cannot be accessed by just anyone.

• Better understand the potential mobile threats organizations may face

Today’s Mobile Threats

The consumerization of IT is happening. Enterprises are allowing employees to use their own devices and take advantage of the growing ecosystem of mobile apps. Furthermore, employees are bringing their personal devices into the workplace and requesting approval to access corporate resources— hoping to carry only one device for both personal and corporate use.

Enterprises are responding by allowing employees to use personal devices in the workplace, creating custom apps to increase productivity, and developing customer-facing (B2C) apps to enable a new way of engaging customers. Until now, enterprises focused on device management and device security. As the consumerization of IT, the “bring your own device” (BYOD) to the office, and customer-facing (B2C) app trends develop, IT departments must introduce measures to secure the apps themselves, not just the devices.

The industry must think beyond the device and add fine-grained security policies into the individual app to protect confidential corporate information. In this week’s Webcast, Mocana will demonstrate how this can be done.

Click Here To Register.

This Webcast is now avaialble on demand.

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