Podcast: The truth about network security and mobile device access

In this 10 minute podcast, Lisa Phifer and Kate Dostart engage in some 'Fact or Fiction' to dispel some common misconceptions about network access, authentication, control, and over-the-air security for mobile laptops, PDAs, and smart phones.

 In this 10 minute podcast, mobile security expert Lisa Phifer and SearchNetworking.com associate editor Kate Dostart engage in some 'Fact or Fiction' to dispel some common misconceptions about network access, authentication, control, and over-the-air security for mobile laptops, PDAs, and smartphones.

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About the podcaster: Lisa Phifer is president and co-owner of Core Competence, a consulting firm focused on business use of emerging network and security technologies. At Core Competence, Lisa draws upon her 27 years of network design, implementation and testing experience to provide a range of services, from vulnerability assessment and product evaluation to user education and white paper development. She has advised companies large and small regarding the use of network technologies and security best practices to manage risk and meet business needs. Lisa teaches and writes extensively about a wide range of technologies, from wireless/mobile security and intrusion prevention to virtual private networking and network access control. She is also a site expert to SearchMobileComputing.com and SearchNetworking.com.

This was first published in September 2008

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