Zimperium Webinar: Real World Examples of Protecting City Government Employees from Mobile Threats
Webinar reveals how state and local governments can protect themselves with mobile threat defense.
Zimperium is providing customers, media and the general public with a live webinar in which they will learn about the mobile threats facing state and local governments. The webinar will review how those threats, if gone undetected, can steal sensitive information and disrupt government business, and how state and local governments can protect themselves and their employees with mobile threat defense. Zimperium executive, JT Keating, vice president of product strategy, will lead the session and answer questions.
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.
TITLE: Real World Examples: Protecting City Government Employees from Mobile Threats
WHAT: This webinar will review the real-life threats Zimperium detected while protecting one of its city government clients. Attendees will learn about:
- The mobile threats facing state and local governments
- How these threats can steal valuable information and disrupt government business
- How you can protect your organization with mobile threat defense
WHY: Experts indicate that state and local governments are being increasingly targeted because their technology is often times more vulnerable than the private sector’s, they host highly valuable data and they have a limited ability to manage system down time. With limited resources, protecting government systems is a significant challenge for security teams, especially given the widespread use of mobile devices. But, as government officials from a major US city discovered, protecting mobile devices and cutting off hackers from a significant entry point doesn’t have to be a challenge.
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