BELTUG X-change on smartphones: the security aspects - report and presentations


No company wants its information to be lost, stolen, or hacked or ended up in the hands of the competition or the press. Security remains a top concern in IT and there is a feeling that smartphones increase security vulnerability. True or false? Experts share their views with you.

-Smartphones: how dangerous are they?, by Roeland Vander meiren, Sr. IT Manager, Pfizer/President BELTUG Board  
-Case study: How KBC manages the risks, by Peter Debasse, Information Risk Manager, KBC
-How to implement secure unified communications with mobile devices, Michael Pisvin, Consultant System Engineer Unified Communications, Avaya

The report of this meeting and presentations are at your disposal (BELTUG Members only).


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