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MobSecCon 2015

On September 3rd, 2015, we held our first MobSecCon in Tel-Aviv., 
The conference, which was sponsored by The PSCG and Checkpoint Software, included talks in the fields of vulnerability disclosures, discussion of actual and expected vulnerabilities, Android Marshmallow security updates, 
secure devices, and Enterprise Mobility.  The conference was very well accepted, and was a huge success for a conference organized within a month.

The conference invitation is listed in the image below, as a nice reminder, and the talks are attached at the bottom of the page, and also on slideshare.
The full agenda and speaker list is available on Lanyrd (which presents a list of attendees which is 13 times less the actual list :-) )

On his opening keynote of MobSecCon Ron Munitz announced an Android Internals community effort initiative that will take place this November. While it is in a little short notice (again...) we are happy to announce MobModCon will take place this November, and invite you to send your speaking proposals, as well as register to this exciting free event. 

Ron also announced a 3-day Android Security workshop on October 18th, which was sold out in an instance. Another workshop will be given towards the end of October, upon request - and will include all Marshmallow updates!


MobSecCon is all about bringing together Israel's brightest minds building, breaking, deploying and using mobile security solutions. Unlike many other conferences in the fields of Cyber Security, the conference will discuss only topics in the field of mobile security such as malware analysis, vulnerability research, exploit development, reverse engineering, content protection and DRM, Enterprise Mobility, mobile infrastructure security, secure software development and more.  The guidelines are simple: Anything that is related to security and the mobile ecosystem, is highly technical (or extremely interesting), and actual - goes!
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Ron Munitz,
Oct 2, 2015, 1:32 PM
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Ron Munitz,
Oct 2, 2015, 1:32 PM
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Ron Munitz,
Oct 2, 2015, 1:31 PM
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Ron Munitz,
Oct 2, 2015, 1:31 PM
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