To close out the 2017 webinar season, our mobile security expert panel will review the top mobile threats of 2017 (e.g., Cloudbleed, Bootstomp, Broadpwn, and more) and then debate what’s next in mobile app security and mobile app security testing for 2018. Join us for a spirited discussion of the security ramifications of the new iPhone X, iOS 11, Android 8, the latest innovations in the mobile app security testing, and more. Compare your mobile app security and mobile app security testing initiatives with what our experts say should be your top priorities in 2018.Read more >
In the wake of global ransomware attacks targeted mainly at Windows desktop and laptop devices, this webinar will discuss an often-overlooked threat: the mobilization of malware and ransomware. Whether through malign apps, poorly written code, corrupt e-mail profiles or disreputable websites, there are a range of avenues of attack open to hackers who might choose to target smart devices.
To date, attacks on mobile devices have been mostly on a small scale, targeting individual user devices and data. But is a big attack waiting in the long grass? Will the next WannaCry or Petya target mobiles, and how can you protect yourself?
Learn how Appthority fortifies leading EMM platforms to deliver comprehensive mobile security.Read more >
Join this presentation and experience what a mobile attack looks like from the viewpoint of the victim. Get insight into the complete process of a man-in-the-middle Wi-Fi attack.
This talk will cover a specific attack which took place at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport on AT&T Wi-Fi while a business traveler was waiting in terminal A for his flight. The presentation will examine details of the attack, including how the wireless carrier rerouted the user's personal wireless traffic from an LTE network to Wi-Fi. You will see exactly what the user experienced on his device and all of the correlating events that took place during and after the attack. All of the detailed forensics and threat data are provided in this presentation to give you an understanding of the exact data provided to the security team.
Listen to our interview at Sibos with Goran Loncaric, Head of Solutions, Ericsson Mobile Financial Services
Goran touches on if he thinks we'll ever live in a truly "cashless" society and how he believes we can turn inclusion into expansion.
He also reveals his opinion on what the mobile financial landscape will look like in 5-10 years' time.
Developers and DevOps engineers want to fail fast, iterate, and continuously improve. If security practioners want to join in the fun, they need to integrate security assessments into existing mobile DevOps workflows and toolchains. This webinar will teach security professionals, developers, and DevOps engineers how to avoid common mistakes in embedding automated app security testing into mobile DevOps practices.
Join NowSecure Solutions Engineer Brian Lawrence and Product Marketing Leader Keith Mokris to learn how to do things like:
-- Address DevOps stakeholders' worries and concerns about integrating security testing
-- Determine the right depth of analysis for continuous mobile app security testing
-- Track mobile DevSecOps metrics over time to measure success
How do you go about launching products that attract millions of users? How do you go from ZERO to 1 MILLION users? Serial mobile entrepreneur and member of Facebook's Client Council, Joel Freeman shares his experience bringing fast growing apps to market and reveals what he learned along the way, including how to effectively design for virality and retention, how to maximise organic growth and invest in scaling paid opportunities, and what the future of the Appstore looks like.
About the speaker: Joel Freeman is co-Founder and CEO of Grabble & Mobula. He has launched services that have reached millions of users and ha ve been featured by Apple in over 100 countries. Interested in starting businesses from a young age, which led to an accidental delivery of 1m playing cards in London Bridge with no means to distribute them, Joel is obsessed with the future of mobile. He sits on the Facebook Client Council and strategizes about the future of native app distribution.
Security for a Mobile World. Appthority’s mission is to identify, expose, and eliminate mobile risk to the enterprise. We keep security teams informed, employees productive and enterprise data private and secure.Read more >
Controlling and protecting smartphones and tablets and the applications they run is an important part of the extended endpoint protection environment. Endpoint security is vital, and you need to treat your mobile endpoints with the same urgency as your Windows and server endpoints.
Join Zimperium’s latest webinar featuring Ovum’s Andrew Kellett. Andrew and John will discuss the importance of adding mobile devices to your endpoint security procedures and how to detect attacks via mobile OSs, applications, malware and Wi-Fi networks.
- Mobile Devices are a Viable Vector of Attack
- Ovum Research: Endpoint Security & Mobile Security Requirements Differ
- Enabling mobile devices as threat detection sensors
Process-oriented mobile applications have the power to transform the way organizations approach digital business. To get these apps to market fast and adapt them on the fly, low-code development tools and approaches are necessary to take the burden off IT and let the business self-serve via the citizen developer.
Watch this webcast to learn about:
- Why digital business places new demands on process-oriented mobile applications.
- Agile business automation—the intersection of mobile, business process management (BPM), and low code.
- 3 mobile and BPM use cases from the field: Field workforce management, asset management, and self-service applications.
AWS provides a range of services and tools to help you create industry leading, cloud-enabled mobile apps that can securely scale to millions of users globally. Join Amit Patel, GM of AWS Mobile, to hear our vision for mobile apps and the cloud, industry trends, recent product launches, and success stories directly from our customers. We'll walk through and demo the AWS Mobile offerings for building compelling cloud-enabled mobile apps and for engaging your app users. You’ll learn how to use these offerings (serverless – API Gateway/Lambda, Cognito, and new services) to make it easy to develop both your iOS and Android frontend, as well as your mobile backend.Read more >
Document viewing designed for mobile.
Reading, section jumping, and reviewing content on mobile phones has never been easy – until now. LEAP Focus replaces pinching and zooming with a responsive mobile experience that’s perfect for whatever device you use for whatever long-form business document. No laptop required.
For more information please visit: http://www.emc.com/en-us/enterprise-content-management/leap/focus.htm
Name a mobile app security challenge and chances are Katie Strzempka, VP Customer Success and Services at NowSecure, has developed and implemented a solution. Fresh off the publication of her Mobile App Security Program Management Handbook, Katie will share her experiences helping numerous enterprises design, build, and improve their mobile app security programs. Join Katie for this webinar and take your mobile app security program to the next level.
Here’s a sampling of what you’ll learn from this webinar:
-- How to unite a disarray of tasks into a mobile app security testing process
-- How to choose the right mobile app security testing tools for your maturity
-- How to establish buy-in and collaborate with developers and your DevOps team
How do you achieve hyper growth in the mobile space and compete with large incumbents as a new start up with limited resources?
Join this session where Edward Cooper, Head of Mobile at cutting edge mobile-first FinTech company Revolut, will take questions from the audience and discuss the following:
- What techniques can you use, given limited budget and resources, to compete with large established players.
- Is traditional marketing effective? If not, what has changed?
- What other steps can you take to get your app / idea to spread.
- Paid mobile analytics companies, useful, or fools gold?
- PR companies, yes or no?
The world is being mobilized, but how a single small or even a large business can take part in the movement. This presentation will cover the ordering process fora mobile app tailored for your business – step by step:
- How to decide whether your company should have your own app?
- What are the functionalities that your app should include?
- Which platform should the app run on?
- How to find a good developer to create the app?
- What are the costs involved making it?
- How will it be distributed to your customers?
- What kind of maintenance will the app need?
Petra Söderling is the Founder and CEO of MobileBrainBank.com, an online service for companies to define their mobile app needs, and to source the perfect developer to execute the work. Mobile Brain Bank developer community hosts nearly 3000 professional developers from US, Europe and Asia, mastering all major mobile platforms and technologies.
Petra has over 12 years of industry experience, running R&D software
development teams, innovation and research promotions, corporate strategy, standardization and open source development at Nokia. She is a keen spectator and commentator of the mobile lifestyle, globally.
Whether it is iOS, Android or Windows Phone, you can enable employees to be more productive and work flexibly on the go by supporting the smartphones, tablets and business applications they use on a daily basis. But what about the risks? Join me, Stephen McCormack from IBM MaaS360 as I take you step-by-step through the key challenges that mobile devices bring, and how you can easily act to ensure your organisation is protected.Read more >
In the third and final installment of our mobile penetration testing trilogy, we dive deep to find security flaws in mobile apps by dissecting the code with reverse-engineering and code analysis.Read more >
In the second episode of our mobile penetration testing trilogy, NowSecure Solutions Engineer Michael Krueger takes you beyond the device. Michael will explain how to perform network and web services/API testing to capture data exposed in transit between apps and backend services - some of the highest risk security flaws around.Read more >
Whether you’ve never performed mobile app penetration testing or need a refresher course, join us for an intensive tutorial explaining how to conduct penetration testing on Android and iOS apps. Director of Services Katie Strzempka will lead this accelerated instructional session. Katie has conducted mobile forensic investigations and app security assessments for almost a decade and leads the NowSecure team of expert penetration testers.Read more >
Mobile devices and apps make employees more productive, but deploying leaky or vulnerable apps increases enterprise risk. What does a sensible approach to approving and denying Android and iOS apps for use by staff look like? It starts with accurate, up-to-date security assessment data. Join NowSecure VP of Customer Success and Services Katie Strzempka for a webinar explaining how to take a data-driven approach to evaluating mobile apps for use at your organization.
Join us for this 30-minute webinar and learn:
-- What vulnerability data is integral to making informed app vetting decisions
-- How to approach threat modeling for third-party and custom mobile apps
-- Creating a rubric for evaluating mobile apps for corporate use
Learn how to become the mobile security superhero at your company by following these 3 steps:
- Prove to your management that mobile security threats are real by showing real examples
- Review the SANS Institute checklist to help choose the right mobile threat defense solution
- Provide monthly reports to management to increase visibility and prove that the organization is secure
View this recorded webinar to hear from a real mobile security superhero, John Dickson, who details his own hero journey as Director of IT Infrastructure & Cybersecurity at Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC), the second largest beverage alcohol distributer in the U.S.
Join to learn how to:
1. develop a messaging strategy based on "mobile moments"
2. intelligently message your guests "in the moment" based off where they are in their shopper journey
2. leverage a users context: where they are, where they’ve been, what they like and how they want to receive messages
3. use targeting to boost mobile message response rates four to seven times greater than non-targeted messages
Think about it - your customers have a very intimate relationship with their mobiles. Beware!
It’s amazing how many marketers still enthuse about their “mobile first” approach to digital. Sure, many of you will have over half your web traffic from mobile devices, and most of your social engagement of smartphones.
But what about the unique mobile customer?
Drawing on case studies from Amazon, Clever Cards, FT.com, Selfridges and Starbucks, this 45 minute session looks at how to deliver the best mobile customer experience in your sector.
- Create a great first impression - any screen, any time, any place
- Wow the early adopters - win the hearts & minds of your greatest fans and resellers
- Develop exceptional UX - across sites, apps
- Make it personal, keep them coming back for more - across the whole customer journey
Travelex went from having no mobile presence to the ownership of two category-defining mobile apps in under 6 months. Their apps have been featured by Apple as the “Best New Apps” and they’ve driven insatiable consumer demand for Travelex products.
This session will be led by Adam Warburton, Head of Mobile at Travelex, and will explain how they achieved this through a customer centric mobile strategy a commitment to building meaningful relationships on mobile.