Virtual and in-person attendees of this week’s second annual BlackBerry’s Security Summit will be able to learn about the latest mobile security threats, their impact on enterprise and government customers, and how we at BlackBerry are staying ahead of them.
The Summit, to be held Thursday morning in New York City, will feature a number of BlackBerry experts. Chief Security Officer David Kleidermacher will be discussing how BlackBerry is taking our strengths in cross-platform Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) and secure computing (see our Center for High Assurance Computing Excellence (CHACE) Initiative) to help ‘smart hospitals’ and other enterprises securely manage their Internet-of-Things-enabled medical devices.
Other speakers include CEO and Executive Chairman, John Chen, Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard, Vice President of Product Management Tim Choi, Corporate Strategy Vice President Jeff Holleran, Chief Technology Officer of our secure voice division, Secusmart, Christoph Erdmann, and more.
From them, you’ll learn about the mobile threats on today’s landscape and how our broad fleet of mobile enterprise software and services repel these threats.
Starting at 9 am ET, you can watch the live webcast at www.blackberry.com/LiveEvent. Visit it today, though, and you can download a free copy of our 100-page e-book, The Definitive Guide to Enterprise Mobile Security.
You can follow along on Twitter with @BlackBerry4Biz and join the conversation with #BBSecurity, as well as read the news and see photos from the day on our INSIDE BlackBerry Blog and the BlackBerry Newsroom.