We will cover the Android security model, its permission system with custom permissions and enforcement, device management and policies, and developer DOs and DON’Ts including data/transport encryption, preventing component leakage and tap-jacking, etc. Finally, we will also venture into more exotic areas of security such as anti-malware, firewall, SE-Linux, ASLR, and Android exploits (rooting).
By the end of this session you will have a better understanding of what it takes to make Android a more trusted component of our personal and professional lives.
Aleksandar (Saša) Gargenta is the technology brains at Marakana. Always on top of the latest in software, Aleksandar is company’s radar for technology that matters. His latest ventures are perfecting Marakana’s Android Internals and Security courses.
As an Android and Java expert, Aleksandar is the author of Marakana’s Java, Advanced Java, Android Security, Spring/Hibernate, JBoss, Apache, XML/XSL, and JUnit/TestNG training courses. Phew. And if that’s not enough, he’s also the chief architect of Marakana Spark, the on-demand software platform that powers marakana.com and a number of other training companies. As an instructor he’s taught hundreds of classes for everyone from Apple to Disney, from NASA to the Department of Defense.
In his spare time Aleksandar runs the San Francisco Java, Android, and HTML5 User Groups with over three thousand members across the three groups.
Aleksandar holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Waterloo. He is also a father, photographer, hiker, and a race-car driver :-)
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