Smart devices, mobile phones and tablets are becoming the control hub for the myriad of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) – as are bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies in many organizations today. But this is creating unique and heightened security risks for IT professionals, such as higher exposure to data breaches, malware and compliance violations. BYOD is no longer an industry trend; it’s a fact of life for enterprise-wide operations and the IT organizations that must support them.
What are the challenges to upgrading and where do the future trends lie? In this recording you can hear Mark Rowan, Managing Director of QCIC and Matt Haynes, Business Development Director, HID Global in conversation with James Moore, editor IFSEC Global address these key topics and much more.
Based on the results of a global survey of over 1000 responses from security directors, managers, integrators and consultants, as well as facilities and IT professionals, the panel explores topics covering digital credentials and mobile access control, how physical access control can influence cyber security and sustainability strategies, and other key trending topics.