You are cordially invited to attend our one-of-kind Webinar on:
Top 10 Mobile Application Vulnerabilities Webinar
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 10 am EST
Moderated by: Taiye Lambo Founder and CTO of CloudeAssurance Inc.
Presented by: Erez Metula Founder of AppSec-Labs, CISSP
Mobile apps have access to our most sensitive data – passwords, financial and health related data, contacts, text messages, geographic locations and they are also adjacent to other apps on our mobile device with some potential implications. Can we really tell whether our apps are secure and are not “spying” on us? Can they be abused by hackers to penetrate our organization’s network and even more precious assets?
Erez will answer those questions and more focusing on Android & IOS mobile apps and their common vulnerabilities. Taiye will also discuss why performing independent penetration testing of Mobile apps and ensuring that Mobile Apps are using secure cloud service(s) is a must have in any CISO’s winning strategy. This webinar will be all about mobile apps security, how they can be hacked, the common mistakes developers make, and how to avoid such mistakes.
A must attend webinar for all CISOs, CIOs and CTOs, and all security professionals.
Time frame: 45 minutes, including last 5 minutes for Q&As.
About Erez Metula
Erez Metula is a world renowned application security expert, spending most of his time finding software vulnerabilities and teaching developers how they should avoid them. Erez has an extensive hands-on experience performing security assessments, code reviews and secure development trainings for worldwide organizations. He had previously and often presented at international security conferences such as BlackHat, Defcon, OWASP, RSA, SOURCE, CanSecWest and more. His latest research on Managed Code Rootkits, presented at major conferences throughout the world, was published recently as a book by Syngress publishing. He is the founder of AppSec-Labs, where he focuses on advanced application security topics. Erez holds an MSc in computer science and he is CISSP.
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About Taiye Lambo
Taiye Lambo is a global serial entrepreneur and security subject matter expert in the area of Information Security Governance; with 26 years IT including 19 years of experience assisting various organizations globally to build robust, comprehensive, effective and sustainable information security programs through the integration of internationally accepted best practices, including ISO 27000, COBIT, COSO, ITIL and NIST. Taiye is President and Founder of eFortresses, the parent company of CloudeAssurance.
Under the leadership of the CIO/Commissioner for Information Technology (appointed by Mayor Kasim Reed) who leads the Department of Atlanta Information Management (AIM), as the first ever CISO for the City of Atlanta, he was responsible for establishing and maintaining Atlanta’s Smart City (SmartATL) security strategy and enterprise holistic information security vision, strategy and programs that ensure all city information and technology assets spread across approximately 40 City departments and 10,000 users, are efficiently and effectively protected, through a world class holistic information security management system based on proven internationally accepted best practices, standards and frameworks.
He founded CyberCops Europe, the UK Honeynet project – www.honeynet.org.uk and the Holistic Information Security Practitioner (HISP) Institute – www.hispi.org and also founded the HISP Program, which is the first integrated training and certification for Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC), which he has personally delivered in the following countries USA, Canada, UK, Greece, Jamaica, Taiwan, Panama and South Africa. He also serves as an Independent Consultant to the United Nations auditing the ICT Governance and Security Management Programs of various United Nations Missions internationally.
In the commercial sector he has completed Consulting engagements for clients in various verticals including Software, Manufacturing, Financial Services and Healthcare sector.
He was the Director of Information Security (Divisional CISO) for John H. Harland (now Harland Clarke). Taiye also served on the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) Quality Assurance (QA) team on behalf of his organization the HISP Institute (HISPI) for the development of the earlier revision of the CSA Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM).
Email: [email protected]