Webinar: Shining a Light on Endpoint Security Blind Spots

The perimeter-based model of protecting enterprise networks just isn’t working anymore: there are far too many ways into an infrastructure, and just as many ways out. It’s an uncomfortable reality that a sizeable number of risks are present today and came in through the back door.

Add to that the new technical accelerations cloud integration has created and the explosion of mobile… and it’s crystal clear that your sensitive data and assets can be accessed from almost anywhere.

These new technologies have the potential to unlock unimaginable gains in productivity and employee engagement, but also have created a whole new landscape of risk that security professionals must be aware of and plan for.

Many organizations today have already started planning for this new world, but they’re not there yet. Join Absolute’s Director of Product Marketing, Kim Ellery, as he discusses the many strategic benefits of this new landscape, why many enterprises still miss critical blind spots in their security strategies, and what they can do going forward to shine a light on those dark corners.

Free Endpoint Security Webinar

Join us on December 13th: Kim Ellery, Absolute’s Director of Product Marketing, will discuss the many strategic benefits of this new landscape, why many enterprises still miss critical blind spots in their security strategies, and what they can do going forward to shine a light on those dark corners. Register for the free webinar today.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Kim Ellery

Kim Ellery serves as a Senior Director of Product Marketing at Absolute. In this role, Kim drives the development and direction of Absolute’s go-to-market strategy, including facilitating product and market intelligence while engaging with Absolute staff, customers and partners. Prior to Absolute, Kim served in product management and marketing roles at Mobile Mentor within Asia-Pacific and Europe, where he developed and implemented effective mobile security solutions. Kim is also involved with a number of entrepreneurial ventures in the local tech community, and a mentor to aspiring product marketers at Product BC.