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4 Reasons to Attend Our Mobile Security Event

Smartphones. Tablets. BYOD. Oh my! Now, you have access to your data at all times, 24/7. You’re no longer disconnected when you leave your office.

It’s obvious to anybody how far our society has come with mobile technology and the unique opportunity it presents to transform the way government operates. But in order to capitalize on this technological revolution, agencies must think about how to adopt mobile solutions safely and securely.

The first step is to be proactive about the management and administration of mobile devices. And we can help you prepare! Attend our upcoming “Your Gateway to Mobile Security” training event on May 21st from 8:00 AM – 11:30 AM to learn everything you might need to know.

Need more convincing? Below, find our top 4 reasons to attend our mobile security event.

#1: The Speakers Are Great

David Bray, Chief Information Officer, Federal Communications Commission, and Kimberly Hancher, Chief Information Officer, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are key noting the event. You won’t want to miss them.

#2: You Get A Free Copy of Our New Mobile Security Guide

The guide is great, and will help you do the following:

  • Explore the value and benefits of centrally managing your devices.

  • Find best practices to support the flexibility and scalability that the government workforce demands.

  • Provide government case studies of mobile implementation success

  • Highlight some major mobile challenges and how agencies were able to rise above.

#3: Did We Mention It’s Free? And You Get Free Breakfast?

Let’s not pretend like we’re not all in this for the pastries, folks. But seriously – you get a ton of mobile knowledge and insider experience for free, plus the chance to network with dozens of like-minded folks. The bagels and coffee? That’s just the proverbial icing on the cake (or should we say butter on the toast?).

#4: Three CPE Credits
Looking to brush up on your continuing professional education? Attendees of the event are eligible to earn up to 3.0 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits.

Have we convinced you yet? Then all you need to do is sign up here. We look forward to seeing you.

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Catherine Andrews

Hi Ron — this is an in-person event. We will make sure to blog about it and cover it here on GovLoop.com, though!