Webinar: Enterprise Phishing Attacks and the Need to Defend Mobile Endpoints
Majority of mobile endpoints lack protection and are completely exposed to phishing and other attacks.
This free, one-hour webinar brings together experts in defending mobile endpoints from phishing, featuring GigaOm analyst Simon Gibson and Zimperium Vice President of Product Strategy JT Keating, to discuss the array of new attack strategies facing mobile endpoints and how to protect against them.
WHO: Zimperium, a global leader in enterprise mobile threat defense (MTD) and a leading provider of real-time, on-device protection against known and unknown mobile threats, and GigaOm, the industry leader in emerging technology research.
TITLE: Enterprise Phishing Attacks and the Need to Defend Mobile Endpoints
WHAT: In this webinar, attendees will learn about the various enterprise phishing solutions, with a specific focus on the unique issues around protecting mobile devices. The types of attacks on enterprises today and what is in store will be reviewed. In addition, the threat model and solutions for corporate users that prevent their corporate accounts from being compromised through employees’ personal devices will be discussed. Attendees will also learn:
- About the latest phishing attacks & enterprise solutions
- Techniques used by attackers that are making mobile the next big threat
- How to better protect corporate resources from personal devices
WHY: The new GigaOM “Phishing Prevention and Detection: A GigaOm Market Landscape Report,” designed to help C(x)Os and security practitioners evaluate phishing prevention solutions, recognizes that mobile endpoints are poised to be the next high-value target for phishing attacks. The majority of mobile endpoints lack protection beyond Mobile Device Management risk assessments; these endpoints are completely exposed to phishing and other attacks.
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