Threat and Vulnerability Management

Live Webinar: How to Keep Mobile Threats at Bay

Provided by Check Point Software Technologies

Category Threat and Vulnerability Management

Type Webinar


Publish Date June 02 2016

Date posted May 13 2016


Date: Thursday, June 02, 2016, 2:00 PM BST / 3:00 PM CEST

As smartphones and tablets become more powerful, securing devices and data is critical for enterprise mobility stakeholders. For instance, more than half of all decision makers in a recent IDC survey experienced security and compliance issues during mobility rollouts. With savvy cybercriminals using vulnerabilities in apps, networks, and operating systems to gain control of mobile devices, businesses need security that integrates with existing systems for continuous protection. Join this webinar to learn:

  • Why comprehensive mobile security is required to keep devices and data safe
  • How the cloud helps solutions reduce complexity and increase visibility and control
  • The role Check Point plays in preventing advanced attacks on smartphones and tablets


Please click "View Webinar" button below to register to attend the live Webinar on June 02, 2016 at 2:00 PM, BST / 3:00 PM CEST


Webinar Presenters:

Rob Westervelt, Research Manager, Information Security at IDC

captureRobert Westervelt is a Research Manager within IDC’s Security Products group. He provides insight and thought leadership in the areas of cloud security, mobile security, data protection, and security related to the Internet of Things (IoT). Rob is also responsible for research and analysis around a wide range of evolving security markets, including endpoint security, Web security and specialized threat analysis and protection. Rob has more than a decade of experience in the IT security industry as an award winning journalist covering the information security market. Rob holds a degree in journalism from the University of Connecticut. He is also a U.S. Air Force veteran.

Michael Shaulov, Head of Mobility Product Management, Check Point Software Technologies

capture1Michael Shaulov is Head of Mobility Product Management at Check Point Software Technologies. He leads product strategy for Check Point’s mobile security solutions including Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention. He is a recognized industry speaker, delivering talks at RSA Conference, BlackHat and Infosec. Prior to his role at Check Point, Michael was the CEO and co-founder of Lacoon Mobile Security, which was acquired by Check Point in April 2015. Prior to that, Michael led the Mobile Intrusive Interception team for the security division of NICE Systems LTD. Before his commercial endeavors, Michael pioneered the mobile security field in an elite military technological unit, where he received the Israeli Presidential Excellency Honor for his contributions. He holds a BSc in Computer Sciences and Physics from Ben-Gurion University, Israel.

Aaron Goldberg, Contributing Editor, IDG SMS

capture2Aaron Goldberg is a renowned industry and marketing analyst in the information technology industry, spending more than 30 years working with senior executive management at IT vendors and many IT professionals as well. He is well known for his succinct and realistic style, and his ability to distill the key issues for end customers, marketers, and IT staff. He also runs many face-to-face CIO Roundtables, and events for Senior IT Professionals each year in topics such as Servers, Virtualization, Security, Cloud, Printing/Output, Enterprise Software, Data Center Operations, Business Intelligence, and others. Mr. Goldberg spent the first 15 years of his career at IDC running the Desktop/Printer/Peripherals Group. He then went to Ziff-Davis, in 1992, as CEO of InfoCorp, their market research company. Mr. Goldberg joined the Ziff corporate headquarters team in 1999 to develop state of the art marketing programs and content, driven by customer’s real world issues, for virtually all leading IT vendors. He launched Content4IT in 2012.



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