[Panel] When iOS Code is Leaked: How Companies Can Manage App Security

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Jeanne Morain, James Jardine, Don Cox

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Last week it was uncovered that an intern at Apple leaked some of the iPhone's source code was leaked on GitHub. The code was for iBoot, a component of the iPhone's OS. While it was an older version of iOS 9 and Apple has declared the leak shouldn't be of concern to the average user, the community has been scratching their heads wondering how sensitive code from a conglomerate like Apple could accidentally be made public. We hear about data leaks and security breaches almost on a weekly basis now, but when it comes to something so widely used by global consumers, it poses an even bigger concern that human error could potentially have disastrous results. Join this expert panel with moderator Jeanne Morain, Digital & Cloud Strategist, iSpeak Cloud, and panelists James Jardine, CEO & App Security Consultant, Jardine Software, and Don Cox, Advisory Board Member at Netswitch Technology Management and Virtual Rehab, Inc. They will discuss and explore the following: - What are the potential ramifications of such a breach? - Dark web - Company costs and impact on brand and PR - What are action items companies can do to prevent such a breach from happening?

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