Lunch and Learn: Data Security and Privacy – Leveraging Mobile Device Intelligence
Presented by Jaburg Wilk
Your employees use mobile devices for work. It’s a win-win for the employee and the business, until you recognize that mobile devices in the enterprise can pose major security risks to both the business network and your business intellectual property. Those mobile devices contain as much personal and private information as computers, and you can’t deny the potential security vulnerabilities they present.
This talk will explore best practices for corporate security over mobile devices. We will talk not only about available technology, but, more importantly, we will discuss practical steps to ensure that the intellectual property of the business remains secure while also protecting employee privacy rights and the security of your business network. In addition to the tech and the practicality, we will talk about what you can and can’t do with your employee’s mobile devices from a legal perspective, and what you should do to protect the best interests of the business.
Join the Arizona Technology Council and Jaburg Wilk on Tuesday, September 12 at Galvanize in Downtown Phoenix to get the insight you need for protecting your company, client, and personal data. Register now.
Who Should Attend?
- Business owners
- Security and privacy professionals
- HR professionals
- Anyone concerned with data privacy and security issues
About Jaburg Wilk
We are a full service mid-sized law firm, but we are different from other firms in how we treat our clients, how we treat each other and in the results we achieve. Our unique culture is best captured in 21 “Fundamentals” that create the foundation of our business, and which are found at: http://www.jaburgwilk.com/mission-statement.
About the Presenter
Neal Bookspan and Laura Rogal, Attorneys with Jaburg Wilk
Neal and Laura help individuals and companies manage their legal risks across a range of practice areas and issues. Neal’s primary practice area is commercial litigation, with his work encompassing a broad range of contract related issues, including business, employment, business divorce and transactional issues. Laura’s primary practice area also is commercial litigation, with her work encompassing intellectual property, employment, e-commerce, internet, First Amendment/defamation, and business divorce issues.
515 E Grant St
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Tuesday September 12, 2017
- AZTC Members, FREE
- Non-Members, $15
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