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Dell World: Bring your own device security key to 2013 plans [Video]

17 Dec 2012

AUSTIN: The ongoing rise of the bring your own device (BYOD) strategy in organisations of all sizes will continue to pose key security concerns in 2013, according to Dell SecureWorks chief technology officer Jon Ramsey.

Ramsey made his comments during an interview with V3 at Dell World on Friday. Furthermore, he said organisations operating critical infrastructure such as power and water facilities will face far greater cyber security threats in 2013.

Ramsey also said Dell expects there will be another Stuxnet-level cyber attack in the New Year.

 

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