Mobile Hacking on Android - March 1, 2014
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Mobile Hacking on Android  -  March 1, 2014


Guest Instructor

Dawn Isabel & James Fitts


Topic Details


Mobile applications are not as secure as you think as they contain mobile specific issues in addition to the common web and desktop applications. Bring your own device (BYOD) presents further risks to organizations' computing environment leading to data loss and internal compromises.

This workshop will concentrate on the Android platform. Dawn and James will show you how to perform mobile security testing, starting off by teaching you how to build a proper Android testing environment. Then into the fun stuff - installing and assessing applications for vulnerabilities.

We are excited to have Dawn Isabel and James Fitts from HP present this workshop. Dawn Isabel is currently a Mobile Security Consultant at HP Fortify, where she tests iOS and Android applications and develops in-house tools for static and dynamic analysis of mobile apps. Prior to that, she designed and ran a penetration testing service at the University of Michigan, and developed Python automation for vulnerability management with Nessus. Dawn was team lead of the Computer Incident Response Team (CIRT) at Ford Motor Company and developed global standards for incident response while there, as well as performing penetration tests of internal applications. As an experienced security analyst, Dawn has a background in incident response, penetration testing, and vulnerability management. Her work focuses on mobile and web application penetration testing and developing tools for test automation.

James Fitts has been in the security industry for over 7 years working in both the public and private sector. He currently works for Fortify mobile team testing Android and IOS application.





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