There’s no denying to it: apps are more popular than ever. Once something becomes popular, it becomes a preferred target for criminals and hackers, trying to exploit any security holes we as developers have left in our code-base. This way, they can get access to credentials or can even reverse-engineer your code. In the end, it’s the user who is the victim of all this. And he’ll know where to write that bad review of your app, which shines bad on you and your company.While security for web applications has finally become more common, the story is different for mobile apps. In this session, we will explore the security risks listed in the latest version of the OWASP Mobile Top 10. You’ll see how we can address them in our code and to do so, we’ll be using Xamarin applications which are vulnerable to one or more possible attacks.Disclaimer: the speaker is not responsible for any panic attacks this session may cause with mobile developers.
Gill Cleeren
.NET Solution Architect About Speaker

Day 2
12:20 - 13:10
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