V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit: Smartphones, tablets and mobile working are often seen as a security risk to enterprises. But there is another way to approach mobiles in the workplace to provide protection rather than jeopardise security.
Join V3 editor Madeline Bennett and Entrust's senior product marketing manager Mike Byrnes at 11am GMT on Thursday 26 February to find out more about using mobile devices as a digital identification tool.
They will be discussing which business functions are ideal to secure using a smartphone, and which mobile platform or device works best for a secure enterprise.
Byrnes will also offer advice on how to ensure mobile devices are secure in the first place, in order to use them for this type of digital sign-on; how to prevent access via mobile identification tools when an employee leaves the business; and how this type of technology can be suitable for work-provided and personal mobile devices.
Sign up now to get access to the Entrust Datacard video interview. Also make sure to sign up for the whole V3 Enterprise Mobility Summit to get further exclusive content.
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