Smartphone Security Winners & Losers - MBS-308

Cesare Garlati, Vice President of Mobile Security, Trend Micro

Android is the most popular mobile platform in the world. It is also the most vulnerable to attack and the most exploited. Contrary to common perception, Apple mobile devices are not immune to security flaws. And, in fact, less secure than Android if users “jail break” their devices to escape Apple’s control. Find out who the winners and losers are based on a study of mobile platform security.

As Vice President of Mobile Security at Trend Micro, Cesare Garlati is responsible for raising awareness of Trend Micro’s vision for security solutions in our consumerized IT world. Prior to Trend Micro, Garlati held director positions within leading mobility companies such Smith Micro Software, iPass, and WaveMarket. Prior to this, he was senior manager at Oracle, where he led the development of Oracle’s first cloud application and other modules of the Oracle E-Business Suite. Galati’s enterprise software curriculum also includes product strategy at PeopleSoft and strategic marketing at SAP. He holds a Berkeley MBA, a BS in Computer Science.

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Cesare Garlati Vice President of Mobile Security, Trend Micro

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