[Ugrads] Mobile Santa Barbara Event: Security Threats on Mobile: What You & App Developers Can Do About It

Sheryl Reimers sreimers at cs.ucsb.edu
Mon May 5 10:33:51 PDT 2014

Mobile Santa Barbara Meetup is having a conversation about mobile security!

Security has been a constant presence in the news. We just heard about 
the Heartbleed exploit that affected many of the largest websites and, 
also, millions of Android phones. However, there are many common, 
everyday threats to our security when we use our smartphones. Some of 
those threats are the apps that we love. As much as 97% of the mobile 
apps we use may be insecure.

In this meetup, we'll be joined by Yanick Fratantonio and John Kennedy 
to discuss:

[1] threats to users of smartphones, and
[2] best security practices for developers.

Yanick is a computer security researcher at UCSB who leads a DARPA 
project on Android security. He has written several papers on the 
subject and presented his work at the Blackhat Conference. John is the 
Chief Security Architect at Citrix. He is responsible for the strategic 
vision, design, and implementation of security architecture and the 
security development lifecycle for all Citrix SaaS products.

Citrix is proudly sponsoring this Mobile SB Event; they look forward to 
meeting all of you and sharing the latest advancements in mobile world.

Dr. Thomas Kuo, PhD
Makers of Birdeez
www.getbirdeez.com <http://www.getbirdeez.com/>

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