Securing-Mobile-Apps

Sponsored By Guardsquare

December 10, 2019

1 PM ET

Mobile devices are becoming increasingly better hardened. App stores are helping by vetting apps to weed out malicious behavior. Servers are protected by sophisticated security systems. In the end, the mobile apps themselves remain the most vulnerable elements in a modern application architecture. Once downloaded, they can be reverse engineered and even modified. They may contain or provide gateways to valuable assets, in-app purchases, hidden features or defects, and more, which organizations and developers need to protect. Luckily, protecting Android and iOS apps has also come a long way since the early days of name obfuscation. Have a specific question on Mobile App Protection?

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Speaker

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Eric Lafortune, Founder & CTO, Guardsquare

Eric is the founder and CTO of Guardsquare where he develops Guardsquare’s long-term technological vision. Eric is known in the Android world as the creator of ProGuard and DexGuard. He holds a PhD in computer science from the University of Leuven (Belgium) and has worked as a postdoc at Cornell University (NY).