Chris Rouland, co-founder and CEO of Phosphorus, talks with Tonya Hall about ways to secure a variety of devices using a common platform.
Eric Lifson, co-founder and marketing head at Skrumble, discusses enterprise messaging utilizing distributed servers, blockchain and encryption.
Tonya Hall talks to Chris Wysopal, chief technology officer at CA Veracode, about how government systems need better IT security by creating and applying more secure softwares.
Tonya Hall talks with Oas Rege, chief marketing and strategy officer at MobileIron, about how businesses are learning to balance mobile security with convenience regarding mobile devices.
Dr. Michael Covington, vice president of product at Wandera, tells Tonya Hall about the enormous overhead data traffic for Windows 10.
Marc Rotenberg, president at Electronic Privacy Information Center and adjunct professor of law at Georgetown University, discusses why people who voluntarily put their information on the internet should still expect privacy.
Brian Reich, partner at little m media, explains how marketers and political campaigns have traditionally used data, and what steps they should take to build better long-term relationships with their customers and constituents.