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Mobile App Vulnerabilities - The Bad, The Worse And The Ugly - Ray Kelly BSides Columbus Ohio 2019 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Mobile App Vulnerabilities - The Bad, The Worse And The Ugly
Ray Kelly
BSides Columbus Ohio 2019

One of today’s hottest targets for hackers is mobile applications. Whether its developer inexperience, rush to market or poor coding techniques, hackers are exploiting mistakes made by mobile app developers and it can be quite costly for companies. 2018 was a terrible year for mobile app vulnerabilities and 2019 will certainly be just as challenging. In this session you will see attack vectors for mobile apps and real examples of vulnerable public facing apps and how they were exploited.

Ray Kelly is an internet security professional with over twenty years of development experience, twelve of which has focused in the cyber security space. Ray has been a key player in multiple successfully acquired cyber security start-ups. He was the Lead Developer and Business Unit Director for WebInspect with SPI Dynamics which is an industry leading application security scanner. Currently Ray is a Application Security Architect for Micro Focus where he contributes to security research, business vision and customer success.

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