Rogers Crash Course in Mobile Security for Business Webinar Series

Posted by Stephen Christensen

Most Canadians are worried about technological security, a recent Bitdefender survey finding that 99% of Canadians expect to experience “fraud, identity theft or something bad to happen to them online!”

Today, in response to concerns such as these, Rogers Media announced via their Redboardbiz.rogers.com business oriented topics board that they will be hosting a four day “Crash Course in Mobile Security for Business” webinar series.

Geoffrey Booth of Rogers Redboad Biz describes the purpose of the webinars is, “To help businesses better understand their security needs, we’re offering a “Crash Course in Mobile Security for Business.” Hopefully these short, focused webinars will teach you to get more out of your mobile technology while helping you keep your business information and your technology investments secure.

BlackBerry Security Overview and Best Practices

  • March 2nd (12-12:30pm)
  • Presented by Jay Barbour of Research In Motion

iPhone in Business: A Security Overview

  • March 3nd (12-12:30pm)
  • Presented by Jordan Silverberg of Apple

Mobile Security that Helps Businesses Grow

  • March 9th (12-12:30pm)
  • Presented by Shane Schick of IT World Canada

Safe, Secure Mobile Computing

  • March 10th (12-12:30pm)
  • Presented by Larry Keating of No Panic Computing

For more information, or to register for any or all of the webinars, please visit the Crash Course in Mobile Security for Business website.

Company:
Rogers Communications
Website:
http://www.rogers.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

We are a diversified Canadian communications and media company. We are engaged in wireless voice and data communications services through Wireless, Canada's largest wireless provider and the operator of the country's only national Global System for Mobile Communications ("GSM") based network. Through Cable we are one of Canada's largest providers of cable television services as well as high-speed Internet access... more


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Stephen Christensen

Stephen Christensen

Stephen is the Atlantic Canadian contributor for Techvibes.com; reporting Canadian technology news, with a focus on the Maritime provinces.  Having a deep-rooted interest in science and technology for much of his life, he is most interested in mobile technology and social media.  Having been published in various scientific journals, he is completing his Graduate Studies at Dalhousie University... more



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