Last week, I announced our upcoming tweet jam scheduled for this Thursday at 10:00 a.m. PT/1:00 p.m. ET, which will examine the topic of mobile security and current approaches to managing it. The event will also act as a preview to upcoming sessions at Cloud Identity Summit (CIS) on July 19-22 in Monterey, Calif.
The discussion will be moderated by Dana Gardner (@Dana_Gardner), and we welcome both CIS attendees and interested participants alike to join the session. Participants will include:
Nick Sullivan, Cloudflare
Chris Preimesberger, eWEEK
Scott Fulton, FierceEnterpriseCommunication
Eve Maler, Forrester
John Fontana, Ping Identity
Paul Madsen, Ping Identity
Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch
The discussion will revolve around these five questions:
What are today's biggest challenges with mobile security?
How is the CIO/CSO tackling these challenges? What's been effective? What's been ineffective?
How can enterprises integrate data access and security in today's mobile, connected world? What effect does BYOD have on this?
What role can identity play in securing mobile devices, applications? How does multi-factor authentication fit in the equation?
In five years, what will define mobile security? What is the biggest threat that will be eliminated and the worst one(s) that remain?
The archive is now online. Go to #CISmcc on Twitter.
To join the discussion, please follow the #CISmcc hashtag during the discussion time. Other hashtags we recommend you use during the event include:
For more information about the tweet jam, guidelines and general background information, please visit our previous blog post.
If you have any questions prior to the event or would like to join as a participant, please direct them to Rod McLeod (firstname.lastname@example.org). We anticipate a lively chat and hope you will be able to join!
Mark Diodati is Conference Chair of the Cloud Identity Summit and is a Technical Director in the Office of the CTO at Ping Identity.