Whether companies are prepared or not, smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices are entering the workplace and users are successfully connecting them to corporate VPNs, Wi-Fi and email. Employees and contractors insist on using their mobile devices to increase productivity and manage their personal and business lives that are increasingly blurred.

But are you confident that your network is safe and that you have visibility into who and what is accessing your network at all times? For most network professionals the answer is No.

So how can you embrace the benefits of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) while ensuring security and compliance?

There are specific risk mitigation steps that organizations can take to enforce security policies and ensure acceptable use of mobile devices, whether procured by the enterprise or owned by employees.

In this webinar, Tom Murphy, Chief Marketing Officer at Bradford Networks, will draw on Bradford Networks’ extensive experience to provide advice on how to secure the critical edge of your network. Attendees will learn how to:

  • Get 100% visibility into the devices being connected to your wired and/or wireless network
  • Identify vulnerable devices connecting to your secure network
  • Limit network security threats caused by users accessing with mobile devices
  • Address security risks created by virtualization
  • Enable flexible network access without compromising security


Tom Murphy
CMO, Bradford Networks

As Chief Marketing Officer, Tom is responsible for the global strategy and execution of Bradford’s marketing efforts. In this role, Tom is focused on extending Bradford’s presence and relevance on the world stage, building and guiding Bradford’s global brand, to further the success of the company’s sales teams and partner ecosystem.


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