Description: One of the challenges organizations face is the expense and complexity in designing, developing, and building test environments to adequately evaluate the security controls and risks around their mobile devices, applications, and infrastructure. Consequently, the complexity and expense increases by orders of magnitude when taking into account the variety of mobile devices, operating systems, application versions, supporting infrastructure, and the various potential configuration settings that an organization may include in their mobile environment. Given these challenges, very few organizations are actually testing mobile device security as it relates to their environment.
In this talk, Tony and Kevin will introduce the MobiSec Live Environment, which is a live testing environment preconfigured and installed with all the tools and configurations needed to perform security assessments and testing of mobile platforms. They will explore the various features and functions as well explain how the environment was built with the support of the DARPA Cyber Fast Track Program. A short demo of the MobiSec Live Environment will be included.
Tony and Kevin are Sr. Security Consultants at Secure Ideas, providing security consulting and penetration testing, including network, web application, and mobile environments. Tony has over 25 years of IT experience in healthcare and financial services industries, with the past 10 years focused on security architecture and assessments for a fortune 50 financial institution. Kevin came to security from a development and system administration background. He is the founder of many open source projects, is a senior instructor for SANS, the author or three SANS courses, and an IANS faculty member. He has presented at DefCon, Blackhat, and ShmooCon.
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