This week's boradcast is a repeat that originally aired February 22, 2013:
My guest this week is Philippe Courtot, CEO of Qualys. Courtot is a very interesting person. He holds a master’s degree in physics from the University of Paris, is on the board of directors for StopBadware.org, and in 2012, he launched the Trustworthy Internet Movement, a nonprofit, vendor-neutral organization committed to resolving the problems of Internet security, privacy and reliability. Before that, he was the CEO of ccMail. Next week at RSA he will be giving one of the keynote speeches on what enterprises need to know about the Internet of Things, which he talks about in this radio interview.
You can hear my full conversation with Courtot here.
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That Android app might tell you what permissions it needs before it is installed, but what will it really do under the hood? Appthority is a company that uses static and dynamic analysis to show what a given app does within the mobile environment. In a rebroadcast of this February 15, 2013 Deviceline Radio show host Robert Vamosi speaks with Appthority’s president and co-founder Domingo Guerra about his company’s App reputation tools.
Guerra said companies are often fearful of apps simply because they don’t always know what’s going on. Appthority produces a report that allows IT managers to evaluate the real risks to their organizations. Guerra also said his company works with developers who want to improve the security model of their apps.Read More
This week's guest is Sanjay Kalyanasundaram, Director of Developer Relations at Mocana. App security is the #1 challenge for your enterprise customers when deploying and managing your apps. With Mocana Developer Program (MDP), you instantly open up new markets for your app in enterprises of all sizes and types with unique requirements. The program provides free tools, technical support and co-marketing opportunities for developers building secure mobile apps for enterprise customers. I asked Sanjay to describe the program in greater detail.
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My guest today is Bob Egan, CEO and Founder of the Sepharim Group, a market analyst and market executive advisory firm, helping Fortune 5000 companies build their mobile strategy. As a former Gartner VP, he pioneered the Mobile Magic Quadrants, As the former Chief Research Officer at the TowerGroup, Egan helped facilitate the rapid adoption of mobile across retail bank channels and the broader financial services sector. I started the conversation by asking him about the Sepharim Group and its goals.Read More
This week on DeviceLine Radio we've convened a panel of Mocana's senior engineers to talk with host Robert Vamosi, CISSP and Senior Analyst at Mocana. The topics range from securing your mobile device to common mistakes in cryptography and the potential value in having a third-party verification of the security in cloud services. Guests includee Erik Peterson (Principal Engineer), Mike Pontillo (Principal Engineer), and John Roark, senior member of Mocana's technical staff.Read More