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February 2016

Mobile App Security (Angry Birds Hacked My Phone)

2-Hour live event recorded Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Start Time: 9:00 a.m. US-Pacific/ 12:00 p.m. US-Eastern/ 5:00 p.m. London

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What can be done to protect to monitor and protect our mobile devices from attacks or to provide education to software developers for our mobile apps?


David Cruz

David is a cyber security expert with 10 years of experience helping organizations enhance their security programs. David implemented enterprise-wide security awareness, education programs, and launched several user awareness initiatives. He successfully conducted hundreds of assessments associated with various technology for some of the largest financial institutions. David has a bachelor in information security and a master in information assurance. He is a CISSP and holds the global information assurance certification – security essentials. David servers as a board member for the FL chapter of ISSA, a member of the steering committee council for ISSA international, and is a member of the executive forum of ISSA. He is an ISC2 safe and secure online instructor, teaching primarily elementary school children how to protect themselves online and become responsible cyber citizens. He is currently  professor at ITT technical institute, where he teaches future security professionals how to implement practical measures to protect their organizations.


Michael Raggo, Director, MobileIron Security Labs (MISL)

Michael Raggo (CISSP, NSA-IAM, ACE, CSI) has over 20 years of security research experience. His current focus is threats and countermeasures for the mobile enterprise. Michael is the author of “Mobile Data Loss: Threats and Countermeasures,” which was published in December 2015, and “Data Hiding: Exposing Concealed Data in Multimedia, Operating Systems, Mobile Devices and Network Protocols” both for Syngress Books. Mike is also a contributing author to McGraw Hill’s “Information Security: The Complete Reference, 2nd Edition.” A former security trainer, Michael has briefed the Pentagon and FBI, is a participating member of the PCI Mobile Task Force, and is a frequent presenter at security conferences, including BlackHat, DefCon, DoD Cyber Crime, InfoSec, OWASP, and SANS.

Jeff Stapleton, Information Security Architect, X9F4 Cryptographic Protocol and Application Security Workgroup 

Jeff Stapleton has been an ISSA member and participated in X9 for over twenty years; he has contributed to the development of over three dozen X9 and ISO security standards, and has been the chair of the X9F4 workgroup for over 15 years.  The X9F4 workgroup’s program of work includes security requirements for authentication, biometrics, cloud, cryptography, Internet, mobile, PKI, pen testing, timestamps, and wireless areas.  

Ralph Spencer Poore, PCIP, CFE, CISA, CISSP, CHS-III, Director of Emerging Standards, PCI Security Standards Council

He is an ISSA Distinguish Fellow, a past president of two different ISSA chapters, and a member of several ISSA International Committees.  His extensive body of work is cited in academic papers, national standards, professional journals, and books. He came to PCI SSC from a Qualified Security Assessor Company where he was a QSA. Mr. Poore has consulted in information security to governments and industries in various roles and held the position of CISO for a large multinational. He has extensive experience in financial services industry and has received numerous awards for his professional work.

David Jevans, Vice President of Mobile Security, Proofpoint

David Jevans also serves as the chairman of the Anti-Phishing Working Group (, a consortium of more than 1,500 financial services companies, ISPs, law enforcement agencies and technology vendors dedicated to fighting electronic crime.  Previously he was the founder and CEO of Marble Security, which was acquired by Proofpoint in 2015.  His career in Internet security spans more than 15 years. Prior to Marble, Jevans founded IronKey (acquired by iMation NASDAQ: IMN) and (acquired by Valicert NASDAQ: VLCT). He has held senior management positions at security companies Tumbleweed Communications (NASDAQ: TMWD) and Teros (acquired by Citrix, NASDAQ: CTXS).   Jevans started his career in the computer industry at Apple Computer, where he served on the CEO’s technology strategy council.  Jevans has testified before the United States Congress on Internet security and advised the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Jevans is the inventor of 17 US patents in cyber security.   


This web conference is sponsored by Proofpoint.

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