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Secure Your Peace of Mind and Your Mobile App While Giving Developers Back Their Happy Coding Time


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Sponsored by IRDETO

Thursday, December 17, 2020
11 a.m. ET

We all know that implementing app security manually can be tedious, takes a long time and leads to loss of job satisfaction. It also runs the risk of something being overlooked, leaving an app vulnerable.

Automating your mobile app security takes the pressure off developers and gives them the space to do what they love — creating new and exciting features!

Join Irdeto, the leader in digital platform security, to learn about how automated app security leads to increased job satisfaction, peace of mind that your app is protected and how it decreases the time it takes to get your app to market.

Catherine Chambers
Senior Product Manager - Irdeto
Since 2011 Catherine has been helping to architect Irdeto’s security solutions for web, mobile and embedded systems. She sometimes posts videos for Irdeto on the subject of reverse engineering under the name Cloakware®️ Cate. Prior to joining Irdeto, Catherine worked for many years as a lead programmer in fast-paced startups. Her experience spans the range from coding in assembler to cloud computing. Catherine holds a Master’s degree in Mathematics from Queen’s University.
Hammad Ahmed
Product owner - Trusted Software

Hammad Ahmed is currently the product owner for Trusted Software. He comes from extensive background of mobile security and spent the first half of his career focusing on platform level security for mobile devices running Android, iOS and QNX. Now his focus is on application-level security with a passion for reverse engineering and a keen interest in software security as a service.

Andrew Hoyt
Pre-Sales Engineer - Connected Health
Andrew Hoyt has over a decade of software engineering experience working for companies that range from small Ottawa-area tech start ups, to Nortel Networks, to Canada’s Nobel prize winning neutrino observatory. Regardless of the role, Andrew has always had a passion for understanding technology and passing that enthusiasm on to others. Andrew joined Irdeto in 2016 as a Software Engineer implementing new features for Irdeto’s Cloakware Software Protection product offerings. In 2019 he transitioned to a more customer-facing role, looking after the EMEA region as a technical expert interfacing with customer engineering teams and working with them to develop solutions to their security problems.

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