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  Tuesday, September 20, 2011 10:00 AM PDT

Many of today’s corporate and government employees prefer to access email, calendars, Wikis, and Intranets on their own iPhones, iPads, or Android-enabled devices. But how do IT administrators respect the freedoms of their employees without compromising the security of their corporate data? Simply managing the devices isn’t enough: It’s not cost-efficient or completely safe. Today, the most secure companies are the ones that have found a progressive approach to mobile device management—one that allows their employees to have freedom of choice in the phones and tablets they find most productive, and that embraces a data loss prevention strategy that safeguards proprietary information from accidental cloud exposure and consumer-app corruption.

Watch this webcast to learn more from Chenxi Wang, Ph.D., Vice President, Principal Analyst with Forrester Research, Inc.

Chenxi is a leading expert in content security, application security, and vulnerability management, and leads the effort at Forrester to build the application security and Web 2.0 security research portfolios. Chenxi has written about the China technology market and closely follows technology adoption trends in that market.

Prior to Forrester, Chenxi was the chief scientist for KSR, a risk management service provider startup in Silicon Valley. Previously, Chenxi was an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), and was an instrumental faculty member behind the inception of CMU's Cylab. Also while at CMU, Chenxi led a number of high-profile research initiatives, including multimillion-dollar projects from the Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation. She has been a consultant to Emerson, FTC, HP Labs, Lucent, and a number of venture capital companies.

Chenxi has been frequently quoted in the press, including Infoworld and The New York Times. An accomplished public speaker, she has also delivered keynote and highlighted speeches at many events, including Chevron's IT conference and the Forrester Leadership Boards events. In her previous role as an academic, Chenxi delivered research talks at top academic conferences and institutions, such as Stanford University and the University of Cambridge.

Chenxi received her Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Virginia, where her thesis work was awarded an ACM Samuel Alexander award for excellence in research. She received a B.S. from Lock Haven University, Pennsylvania.



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