Archive for April, 2011

Webinar 4/26 – Smartphones Outsmarting Your Network Security Perimieter?

April 18th, 2011

When: Tuesday 26 April 2011, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Time Zone: (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US and Canada); Tijuana

Description: Are iPhone, iPads, Smartphones and Droids outsmarting your network security perimeter? The consumerization of smart phones is now perceived as top threat to the enterprise network security. In a recent ComputerWorld article – “Security consultants have identified six holes that are often wide open in corporate IT systems,” and listed the number 1 threat to address NOW as, “smart phones attaching to your network”. AirTight CTO, Pravin Bhagwat, will describe the threat scenarios posed by the proliferation of smartphones and discuss strategies you can use today to keep tabs on their usage in your network. He will layout the threat scenarios posed by Wi-Fi enabled devices and discuss the three things you need to know to protect your network. Learn how to: 1. Monitor the smart phone usage 2. Define the smart phone usage policy 3. Enforce the smart phone usage policy Join AirTight for this interactive Webinar about this important and increasingly common threat to your network.

Host: Della Lowe

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Wireless security

Are smartphones outsmarting your network security?

April 1st, 2011

If you are concerned about the proliferation of smart devices (Iphones, Droids, tablets) and the impact on  your network security, then this is a “can’t miss” webinar.   The inability to detect and block unauthorized personal devices from attaching to your network puts your business at risk.  AirTight CTO and Founder Pravin Bhawat discusses the challenges with mobile device management and the limitations of existing wireless network security measures.

Listen to the recorded webinar here.

Wireless scanning