Security, mobility, and BYOD: ask the experts in a TweetChat
We all know that IT and business leaders are starting to accept, and in some cases embrace, the “bring your own device” (BYOD) movement in the enterprise and what the implications are for service providers. As we collaborate using our own devices at work, how is this affecting your security in the network?
Join Cisco experts on August 2, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. PT in an open discussion where we’ll take your questions and address your security concerns regarding BYOD and mobility.
- Vinay Bansal, Information Security Architect, WebEx Security (@vinaykbansal)
- Ken Chen, Product Manager, Jabber Security
- Maywun Wong, Marketing Manager, Mobility Solutions for Service Provider (@maywun)
- Peter Xiao, Director of Software Development, WebEx Security (@xiao_peter)
Date/Time: August 2, 2012, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. PT
What is a TweetChat?
TweetChats are scheduled gatherings of Twitter users to discuss a given topic, using a #hashtag to keep track of the conversation.
How Do I Participate?
There are many ways to participate in a TweetChat. You can log in to www.tweetchat.com using your Twitter credentials, you can use your favorite Twitter client (i.e. TweetDeck, HootSuite, etc.) or you can even just use Twitter Search to follow the chat hashtag. During the event, you can follow the discussion, contribute questions, and submit your own comments by using the same hashtag.