Building secure mobile applications for government use comes with a diverse set of technology and policy constraints designed largely at ensuring the security of the mobile application. Resolving these insecurities or policy violations in the application code after the application has been built requires considerable time and cost, and it can introduce delays in the release of the application.
Join this webinar to:
- Gain insights on secure mobile application development for the federal government and the developing policy picture in that area.
- Learn about a solution to close gaps in the mobile application development life cycle, gaps where insecure code or policy violations can be introduced, either unintentionally or with ill intent.
- See a demo of Kryptowire code-scanning technology with the Red Hat® Mobile Application Platform that automatically enforces checks throughout the mobile app development process to ensure code and third-party library compliance with U.S. mobile security standards.
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Vincent Sritapan, mobile security r&d program manager, DHS science & technology directorate
Vincent Sritapan, Mobile Security R&D program manager for the Cyber Security Division of the Department of Homeland Security, oversees the Mobile Security Research and Development (R&D) projects aimed at accelerating the adoption of secure mobility for department, government, and global communities in support of the homeland security mission.
Steve O’Keefe, product line director, Red Hat
Steve O'Keefe, Red Hat product line director for Red Hat® Mobile, is responsible for marketing strategy and execution, developing marketing requirements, and sales training for Red Hat Mobile. He works closely and collaboratively with product management, engineering, program marketing, and sales to market our mobile products and increase the awareness and performance of Red Hat Mobile. Steve led Red Hat's acquisition and integration of FeedHenry in 2014.
Dr. Tom Karygiannis, vice president, Product, Kryptowire
Tom Karygiannis, Kryptowire vice president of Product, works with some of the world’s foremost information security authorities developing technologies to help organizations analyze, detect, and defend against emerging mobile security threats. Tom has served on expert panels organized by DHS, DNI, DARPA, NSF, the Department of Commerce Office of Technology Policy, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), the Department of Transportation, the Defense Information Systems Agency, and the National Security Council’s Critical Infrastructure Protection Office. He has published over 20 technical papers and has served on over 30 international security conference committees.