The security experts at Krista advise on how to free up time for security analysts and make them more effective by extracting security research tool administration and automating compliance and audit documentation.
Discover how chatbots and collaboration tools are merging to help create intelligent automation and integrate your people and systems. Understand how to get to a state where people and systems can quickly get things done no matter where they are connected.
Companies using DevOps automation are more agile. They meet business objectives more quickly and efficiently by deploying more frequent changes. But, DevOps frameworks still have too many manual steps. See how to automate DevOps processes instead of just DevOps functions.
Your current robotic process automation strategy fails you if you deploy more technology and complexity to users without removing it. See how conversational intelligent automation can reduce your support and maintenance burden.
BlackRock is an advanced Android malware that steals login credentials or credit card data from 337 different mobile banking, shopping, lifestyle, and video apps. This presentation was delivered to a mobile development and security audience.
This presentation displays privacy and security comparisons amongst top mobile banking apps across several global regions.
This presentation is a collection of hacking methods and tools used by app reversers, hackers, and cybercriminals. This presentation was selected and presented at the Interop 2020 IT conference.
This presentation compares security and privacy risks amongst the top 45 US mobile banking apps. The presentation was selected and presented at the Droidcon San Francisco conference.
This research details how both iOS and Android banking applications from the top 45 US banks and mobile payment providers fared for security and privacy risk.
This presentation describes the differences between application shielding or hardening technologies and in-app protection.
I had a teen learning how to drive and created an analogy of how teaching teen drivers to make good decisions is similar to your mobile apps in the wild. You can warn them both about the dangers but they are free to fail on their own.
This presentation describes a hacking attempt on my iPhone at DFW International Airport. The presentation ending up winning webinar presentation of the year on a security education site.