Hack Yourself First – Mobile Security
During the Hack Yourself First – Mobile Security training by DevOn, attendees enjoy a playful way of exploring vulnerabilities based on the OWASP top 10.
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During the HackYourself First – Mobile Security training by DevOn, attendees enjoy a playful way of exploring vulnerabilities based on the OWASP top 10. We will go through the top 10, the theory that applies to it and then let participants hack it. After the offensive approach, participants will discover how to apply defense and make sure they secure their mobile applications.
Both iOS and Android will be covered, however the practical parts will be mostly Android, as we will not have access to jailbroken devices. Keep in mind an approximate 20 – 80 % iOS vs. Android.
How can I test my mobile applications for security so that security bugs can be fixed?
Markus van Duijn
Lead consultant | author
Markus van Duijn is a DevOps coach with many technical skills. He is versatile, analytical, and eager to learn. He loves a challenge and helps others to bring out the best in themselves. He believes inspiring is done by setting the correct example.
The learning objectives for Hack Yourself First – Mobile Security training include an understanding of:
- Intermediate level of knowledge to identify potential mobile application security flaws
- The many number of tools and secrets used by Ethical hackers worldwide
- Brief overview of security controls techniques
- Being able to ethically hack mobile applications right after stepping out of the class
- Practical, hands on, and real-world workshop enables learning by actually hacking
- Being able to recognize patterns and common vulnerabilities
- Being able to classify risks and report them responsibly
- The Forrest Rabbit Analogy
- Introduction to Android
- Android Operating System Internals & Architecture
- Android Security Design
- Introduction to iOS and its Security Design
This training is appropriate for any mobile app developer who wants to know how to secure their code.
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