11AM PT, 2PM ET
Duration: 1 hour
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
11:00am PDT / 2:00pm EDT
The use of smart devices has allowed for greater use of technology by workers in the field and at remote sites. But as the use of personal devices on government networks becomes more common, the gap between convenience and tight security continues to grow. How open should your network be? What is the right balance between open access and restricted data?
We invite you to join an interactive discussion with our distinguished panel of experts, including perspectives from Government Technology and the Center for Digital Government on this timely topic.
We will be discussing:
- How the use of smart devices has created data security issues that are not always recognized
- Why restricting access to “approved” devices is often counterproductive
- Methods for balancing productivity and security
- Avoiding data theft in open environments
Center for Digital Government
Chief Security Officer
State of Michigan
For questions or to register, contact:
Shayna M. Mayen