Bradford Networks to Address the Framework for Implementing Secure BYOD Policies at Bryant University Security Day 2012

Posted by Sanjit Shah on May 24th, 2012

Executives from Bradford, FBI, Cisco and ePlus Technology to Discuss Emerging Security Trends

CAMBRIDGE, MA – May 24, 2012Bradford Networks, the best choice to enable secure network access for corporate issued and personal mobile devices, today announced that company executives will be addressing network access control (NAC) and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) security issues at the third annual Bryant Security Day 2012, taking place Thursday, May 24, 2012 at Bryant University in Smithfield, RI. The one-day event features executives from the FBI, Cisco, ePlus Technology and more to examine the network security impact of emerging trends, such as mobile device management (MDM), security-as-a-service (SaaS), and the consumerization of IT.

Who Tom Murphy, CMO, Bradford NetworksRick Leclerc, co-founder and director, Bradford Networks
What Managing the BYOD Onslaught with a Blueprint for Success”Unlike corporate-issued devices that are well-managed and under IT’s control, the BYOD initiative introduces a unique set of security challenges that require a balance of flexibility, visibility and security. This presentation will explain the concept of a “BYOD Blueprint”, incorporating network access control and mobile device management technologies, and lessons learned from onboarding personal devices to more than 800 networks across the education, healthcare and enterprise markets.

“Network Access Control (NAC) in the Cloud: A New Deployment Alternative”

SaaS offerings for network access control are new to the market, having been previously available only in on-premise options. SaaS solutions for NAC offer an effective alternative for delivering visibility and control on wired and wireless networks. A true SaaS deployment requires no hardware on site and provides efficient and easy scalability. In this session, Bradford will discuss Xtra Mart Convenience Stores’ implementation of a NAC SaaS solution to identify, classify, and monitor every endpoint, including security cameras, safes, environmental monitoring systems, cash registers and PCs, at approximately 200 retail locations.

When “Managing the BYOD Onslaught with a Blueprint for Success” Thursday, May 24, 2012 from 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. ET

“Network Access Control (NAC) in the Cloud: A New Deployment Alternative”

Thursday, May 24, 2012 from 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. ET

Where Bryant University’s George E. Bello Center for Information and Technology1150 Douglas Pike; Smithfield, Rhode Island

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