Ever wondered what this black magic that hackers and security analysts use to reverse engineer apps? This presentation aims to quash the rumors that you need a Ph.D. in hacking to take apart a mobile app and learn its secrets. We’ll show how to extract an Android application from the phone, and use common and simple utilities to inspect it.
The large mobile attack surface can be seen as a hostile environment. This presentation will focus on hardening where the critical business data often resides-in the app. Come learn specific techniques attackers may use on every day app vulnerabilities, and how to best protect apps against those attacks.
Today’s mobile landscape brings innovation that is almost unimaginable, and it can be difficult for technology to keep up with that speed of innovation. We have invited a security-threat expert to show you some of today’s mobile threats and how you can detect, analyze and protect your organization’s most important assets throughout your mobile infrastructure.
Security Enhancements for Android (SEAndroid) enables the use of SELinux in Android in order to limit the damage that can be done by malicious apps, trying to make exploitation harder. We will present some issues that are found in devices currently implementing SEAndroid, and demonstrate how vendors FAIL in properly implementing SEAndroid protection