Zimperium is hosting a series of webinars focusing on seven of the problem areas, or deadly sins, chief information security officers (CISOs) must address. In this webinar, the deadly sin of Letting Hackers Turn on Microphones and/or Cameras is discussed.
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. JT Keating, Vice President of Product Strategy, will lead the session and answer questions.
TITLE: The Mobile Security Deadly Sin of Letting Hackers Turn on Microphones and/or Cameras
WHAT: Most organizations now realize that mobile devices are an unprotected endpoint with access to, or containing all of the information of a traditional endpoint. And while there are some overlaps in what you protect, the way you solve the traditional endpoint security problem is completely different than how you solve the mobile security problem.
Join us to learn about:
- Real-world scenario of how hackers attempted to infiltrate a particular company via hacking the microphone/camera on a mobile device;
- How microphone/camera hacks differ on desktop vs mobile; and
- What can be done to prevent hackers from turning on your mobile devices’ microphones and cameras
WHY: The CISO, who is responsible for an organization’s information and data security, has the unenviable challenge of maintaining control in a BYOD culture.
WHERE: Watch Now
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