We are entering a time when you can safely allow your employees to use your mobile devices, but it takes some thought and planning
Catonsville, MD (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
PaRaBaL, Inc. announced today that CEO Peter Coddington has been chosen to speak at CyberMaryland 2013 on topics related to Mobile Device Security. Wednesday, October 12th Coddington will take the stage with several other Maryland entrepreneurs, to discuss the current state of mobile device security.
“We were excited to team up with a group of Maryland companies and talk about the state of mobile device security,” said Coddington. “We are entering a time when you can safely allow your employees to use your mobile devices, but it takes some thought and planning. PaRaBaL is excited to help more Maryland based organizations embrace mobility.”
PaRaBaL will be featured on October 12th at the 2:30pm for the Trends in Security for Mobile Devices session. Specifically, PaRaBaL and Coddington will explain the value as well as how to create an Enterprise IT Mobile Device Security Plan.
About PaRaBaL, Inc.
PaRaBaL was founded in 2009 to help organizations utilize mobile devices, allowing for greater employee productivity, without sacrificing security posture. PaRaBaL offers training, corporate mobile policy development and our BYOD Preparedness Check services and resells top of the market mobile management and security software. Whether your organization is embracing mobility for the first time, or your looking to take a step tward more advanced solutions, let PaRaBaL be the partner that ensures you meet your objectives. Check us out at http://www.parabal.com and follow us on twitter @PARABALINC.
CyberMaryland 2013 is sponsored by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), Maryland’s Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED), and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). The conference features three tracks designed for government contractors, businesses services, technology companies, entrepreneurs, policy makers and government agencies: The Business and Governance of Cyber; Cyber Technology and Innovation; and Training and Educating Cyber Professionals.