Webinar — The Exciting Future of Mobile Application Security

No one likes to deal with multiple login screens&#46 If you have to log in to more than one application a day&#44 you know how painful it is to manage all those passwords&#46 You can get greater security for your application with two&#45factor authentication&#44 which can help ensure your users are who they say they are&#46 Join us as we discuss how Sencha integrates with two&#45factor access control and single sign&#45on provider SecureAuth to create a seamless login experience for users &#8211 across all their devices&#46

We&#39ll also be discussing today&#39s most pressing issues around application&#44 data&#44 and user mobility in the enterprise&#46

Webinar &#8212 The Exciting Future of Mobile Application Security

When: 6/12/2014, 10:00 am PDT

Abstract

The rapid adoption of mobile technology in recent years has created an opportunity for enterprises to increase the productivity and flexibility of their organizations&#46 This demand for greater mobility has forced enterprises to deliver sensitive applications and data across a wide array of devices and networks&#46

SecureAuth and Sencha have created an integrated approach to application&#44 data&#44 and user mobility and security that elegantly addresses these challenges&#46

In this session&#44 you will learn how&#59

  • To manage and secure applications&#44 data&#44 and users on any device
  • You can easily integrate two-factor authentication and single sign-on into your apps
  • You can protect your data end-to-end with strong encryption

We&#39re pleased to present this webinar in cooperation with SecureAuth&#44 a leading provider of two-factor access control solutions&#44 facilitating strong authentication&#44 single sign-on&#44 and access to mobile&#44 cloud&#44 web&#44 and network resources&#46

Presenters

Nicholas Harlow
Director of Product Management
Sencha Space

Garret Grajek
CTO and Founder
SecureAuth

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