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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.

Co-moderators:

Panel participants:

  • 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

Hashtag: #CiscoChat

Submit your questions in advance to @CiscoCollab or @CiscoSPMobility or submit by commenting below.

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7 Comments.


  1. thanks for post !

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  2. Good job success for this website

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    From Indonesia

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  3. Wow, this is an exciting event. hopefully I did not forget to keep up. :D
    Thank you

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  4. Security, mobility, and BYOD: ask the experts in a TweetChat

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  5. these very good

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  6. With my iPhones dual cameras and unknown level of encryption I always worry about a “big brother” watching me. For the general consumer with tons of 3rd party aps, does Cysco offer something for us?

    Thanks,
    Brendan

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    • Thanks for your question, Brendan. We’ll make sure to answer this question at tomorrow’s #ciscochat.

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