Director of Corporate Strategy
People are the new perimeter
The challenges of enabling your mobile workforce in the post PC era
The mobile workforce represents a huge shift in IT infrastructure, and as a result creates a number of ripple effect changes in how security and authentication needs to be delivered. Users expect devices to handle personal use cases as seamlessly as enterprise use cases; they are being trained not to expect strong authentication challenges when accessing enterprise resources, and more and more will start to perform most major productivity tasks on tablets and Smartphones.
During this presentation, Chris Corde, Director of Corporate Strategy at RSA, the Security division of EMC, will talk about today's IT choices and strong authentication options presented against the backdrop of the mobility landscape. This presentation will address:
- Technology market trends and changes
- The various ways in which mobile security is being handled today
- A view into how mobile authentication needs to be delivered differently than traditional IT approaches
Chris Corde is the Director of Corporate Strategy for RSA, the Security Division of EMC. Chris focuses on long term disruptive opportunities for RSA, including cloud, mobile, and advanced threats. He has been with RSA since 2008 when he joined to lead product marketing for RSA’s Application Security portfolio, specifically its encryption, tokenization, and key management business.
Prior to RSA, Chris worked as a Practice Manager in EMC Consulting where he was responsible for offer development in EMC’s Data Center Networking practice, a critical piece of EMC’s overall strategy around virtualization and networking which now forms the VCE coalition. He holds his MBA from Boston College’s Carroll School of Business, as well as an MS in Computer Science from New York University’s Courant Institute and a BA in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University.