BlackBerry’s Be Mobile Conference Discusses Mobile Security Trends in Latin America and in the World.
We are pleased to announce our second ‘Be Mobile Conference’ for Latin American media. The event is being held in Miami, and it starts today, May 12, until May 14. This event is only open to select media participants.
This year’s event will focus on the topic of mobile security and how current and future security trends are impacting governments, enterprises and individuals around the world.
The Be Mobile Conference 2014 is a two day event for specialized media that will include lectures from world-renowned security experts, interactive presentations and live demonstrations of BlackBerry’s advanced enterprise mobility solutions, panel discussions and debates on mobile security trends.
We will feature a host of guest speakers during the event:
- Bruce Schneier: An internationally renowned security technologist, called a “security guru” by The Economist. He is the author of 12 books — including Liars and Outliers: Enabling the Trust that Society Needs to Thrive — as well as hundreds of articles, essays and academic papers. His influential newsletter “Crypto-Gram” and blog “Schneier on Security” are read by over 250,000 people.
- Jeff Holleran: As Senior Director, Enterprise Product Strategy at BlackBerry, Jeff Holleran is responsible for setting the product strategy and roadmap for BlackBerry’s enterprise software offerings.
- Andrew Lippman: One of the founders of the world-famous MIT Media Lab, Andy is one of the world’s foremost researchers on the evolution and impact of technology and media on business, society and everyday life.
- John Sileo: CEO of The Sileo Group, a privacy and security think tank that helps organizations protect the data that drives their profits. His body of work includes engagements with the Pentagon, USA Today, Blue Cross, the FDIC, Pfizer, 60 Minutes, Homeland Security, and organizations of all sizes.
- Jay Gumbiner: Oversees IDC’s Latin America research organization, managing diverse teams of hardware, software and services analysts spread throughout the region, providing analysis across more than a dozen countries in Latin America.