Evolution of the Attack Surface of Mobile Applications
Event submitted on Sunday, April 11th 2021, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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We have seen a significant global change in the way we have led our lives from 2020 onwards and particularly within the way we communicate with one another. As a result, more important knowledge and resources are being made available across online platforms as a matter of necessity; and this conference will address many aspects of those changes and security implications. As cybercriminals became more advanced and coordinated, this huge transition became a breeding ground for inspired cyber attacks, influencing diverse markets to be hit by multiple attacks, including the smartphone app industry: so for those working within the industry, this would be an ideal conference to attend.
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In 2020 we have witnessed an extensive global transformation in the way human beings live, work, and connect to each other, and with that, more critical information and services are being offered through online channels as a matter of necessity.
This massive change has become a breeding ground for motivated cyber attacks and influenced various sectors to get impacted by numerous attacks and the mobile apps market is no exception as attackers grew more sophisticated and organized.
Join us, where we will walk you through the most common attacks vectors affecting mobile applications, and you’ll leave knowing key security findings from 2020, including:
- What are the new attack vectors affecting Mobile Applications
- How are cloud services affecting the security of Mobile Applications
- To what extent are 3rd party libraries and SDK affecting the security of mobile applications