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AT&T's Ed Amoroso on Mobile Security

6/11/2014
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AT&T Chief Security Officer Ed Amoroso outlines his vision for the future of mobile network security and discusses the topic with colleagues from AT&T Labs. This video was produced by AT&T and is available to the Light Reading community courtesy of AT&T.
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pdonegan67,
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6/12/2014 | 1:48:03 PM
The four key technologies for network security
Ed points to encryption, containerization, proxy & virtualization as the four key pillars of technology for enabling operators to protect the network in a mobility era where the perimeter can no longer do the job it used to do. The video presentation is well worth a look.

 
Ray@LR
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6/11/2014 | 12:27:50 PM
A great video for many reasons...
This video was first shown to the audience at the recent Light Reading event on mobile network security in London, hence the introduction. 

It is also one of the best B2B videos I have ever seen, for a number of reasons.

1) Amoroso not only knows his stuff but is able to communicate very effectively

2) His views on how the whole approach to mobile network security need to change are genionely fascinating and insightful

3) he enslists the hlpe of colleagues who are also able to impart fantastic insights

4) Amoroso clearly has his eyes on Jimmy Fallon's job... or a stint in Vegas.  
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