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[[Image:Owasp_logo_normal.jpg|right]]This will be a continuation and expansion of the Android Security talk and presentation from AppsecUSA in September 2011. It will include new material on the mobile threat-scape, new material on iOS and additional examples from real life mobile penetration tests conducted by SpiderLabs Application Security Services.<br>The talk start with a general review of the security landscape by Charles Henderson, with reference to our latest Global Security report and how it applies to the mobile application space. This will include who is doing the attacking and why. It will touch on the target rich environment in mobile applications as well the types of applications targeted<br>The talk will then move on to concrete examples of how and why mobile applications and platforms are susceptible to the kind hacking and attacking just presented.<br>Stating with an overview of iOS, the iPhone\iPad platform and they ways it is attacked will be presented, including why data is leaked and how developers can defend against it.<br>The presentation will then continue into explaining how Android is different - not better or worse, but merely different. Again, touching  on how Android is attacked, how data is leaked and how developers can defend on this platform.<br>The talk will wrap up the talk by speculating about the future of mobile security and mobile application penetration testing.<br>Throughout the presentation, real-world (though, obviously, sanitized) examples from real penetration tests conducted over the past few years at SpiderLabs will be used as illustrations. Where appropriate, there will be  demonstrations of some of points with live or recorded demos of the issues and techniques discussed.<br>As usual, there to be a lively discussion and tough questions following the talk.
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This will be a continuation and expansion of the Android Security talk and presentation from AppsecUSA in September 2011. It will include new material on the mobile threat-scape, new material on iOS and additional examples from real life mobile penetration tests conducted by SpiderLabs Application Security Services.<br>The talk start with a general review of the security landscape by Charles Henderson, with reference to our latest Global Security report and how it applies to the mobile application space. This will include who is doing the attacking and why. It will touch on the target rich environment in mobile applications as well the types of applications targeted<br>The talk will then move on to concrete examples of how and why mobile applications and platforms are susceptible to the kind hacking and attacking just presented.<br>Stating with an overview of iOS, the iPhone\iPad platform and they ways it is attacked will be presented, including why data is leaked and how developers can defend against it.<br>The presentation will then continue into explaining how Android is different - not better or worse, but merely different. Again, touching  on how Android is attacked, how data is leaked and how developers can defend on this platform.<br>The talk will wrap up the talk by speculating about the future of mobile security and mobile application penetration testing.<br>Throughout the presentation, real-world (though, obviously, sanitized) examples from real penetration tests conducted over the past few years at SpiderLabs will be used as illustrations. Where appropriate, there will be  demonstrations of some of points with live or recorded demos of the issues and techniques discussed.<br>As usual, there to be a lively discussion and tough questions following the talk.
 
== The Speakers  ==
 
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[[Image:AppSecDC12-henderson.jpg|left]]Charles Henderson, Director of Application Security Services for SpiderLabs
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Charles Henderson began his career in computer security in 1993, specializing in penetration testing as well as security and vulnerability research. As Director of Application Security Services at SpiderLabs, he leads the team responsible for Application Penetration Testing, Code Review, Secure Development Training, and other elite application security consulting services.
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Prior to joining SpiderLabs, Henderson ran his own boutique application security testing firm. Henderson's firm provided offensive security services to a wide variety of clients in the United States and Europe.
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Henderson speaks frequently at major industry events and conferences, including BlackHat, DEF CON,  AppSec US, AppSec EU, AppSec APAC, SOURCE, and the International Association of Financial Crime Investigators convention.
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===Mike Park===
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[[Image:AppSecDC12-mike_park.jpg|left]]Mike Park is a Managing Consultant at Trustwave. He is a member of Trustwave's SpiderLabs - the advanced security team focused on penetration testing, incident response, and application security. He has over 12 years experience building and securing software for a variety of companies. Mike is a CISSP and specializes in application security assessment, penetration testing, reverse engineering and secure development life cycle. Mike is an active member of the Ottawa ISSA.
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The Presentation

This will be a continuation and expansion of the Android Security talk and presentation from AppsecUSA in September 2011. It will include new material on the mobile threat-scape, new material on iOS and additional examples from real life mobile penetration tests conducted by SpiderLabs Application Security Services.
The talk start with a general review of the security landscape by Charles Henderson, with reference to our latest Global Security report and how it applies to the mobile application space. This will include who is doing the attacking and why. It will touch on the target rich environment in mobile applications as well the types of applications targeted
The talk will then move on to concrete examples of how and why mobile applications and platforms are susceptible to the kind hacking and attacking just presented.
Stating with an overview of iOS, the iPhone\iPad platform and they ways it is attacked will be presented, including why data is leaked and how developers can defend against it.
The presentation will then continue into explaining how Android is different - not better or worse, but merely different. Again, touching on how Android is attacked, how data is leaked and how developers can defend on this platform.
The talk will wrap up the talk by speculating about the future of mobile security and mobile application penetration testing.
Throughout the presentation, real-world (though, obviously, sanitized) examples from real penetration tests conducted over the past few years at SpiderLabs will be used as illustrations. Where appropriate, there will be demonstrations of some of points with live or recorded demos of the issues and techniques discussed.
As usual, there to be a lively discussion and tough questions following the talk.

The Speakers

Charles Henderson

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Charles Henderson, Director of Application Security Services for SpiderLabs

at Trustwave

Charles Henderson began his career in computer security in 1993, specializing in penetration testing as well as security and vulnerability research. As Director of Application Security Services at SpiderLabs, he leads the team responsible for Application Penetration Testing, Code Review, Secure Development Training, and other elite application security consulting services.

Prior to joining SpiderLabs, Henderson ran his own boutique application security testing firm. Henderson's firm provided offensive security services to a wide variety of clients in the United States and Europe.

Henderson speaks frequently at major industry events and conferences, including BlackHat, DEF CON, AppSec US, AppSec EU, AppSec APAC, SOURCE, and the International Association of Financial Crime Investigators convention.

Mike Park

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Mike Park is a Managing Consultant at Trustwave. He is a member of Trustwave's SpiderLabs - the advanced security team focused on penetration testing, incident response, and application security. He has over 12 years experience building and securing software for a variety of companies. Mike is a CISSP and specializes in application security assessment, penetration testing, reverse engineering and secure development life cycle. Mike is an active member of the Ottawa ISSA.

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