With ultrasonic fingerprint ID, Samsung is bringing a new dimension of biometric security and convenience to business users.
No matter your field of work, it’s easy to see how far mobility has come over the past few years. Tablets and smartphones are now an essential business tool for many, but not all are as quick to adopt and implement mobile security for these devices. Whether it’s for personal or business needs, mobile devices should always be used in a secure way.
For many people, mobility has been a rapid and organic change. There wasn’t an opportunity to put the core components of a security infrastructure in place. Because of this, businesses are now catching up and learning what features and capabilities are available to them.
Integrating mobile security seamlessly into your business may feel daunting. The key is to understand the threats your enterprise faces, and build layered protection across all applications, data and networks in order to transform your business and encourage innovation.
GigaOm’s Jon Collins spoke with Samsung’s vice president and chief information security officer Sam Phillips to discuss the most important aspects of mobile security today and what businesses should know about the topic going forward.
If you weren’t able to attend the live webinar, listen to the audio recording or watch it in full below.