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Skycure Will Demonstrate Advanced Malware Attack to Bypass Signature, Static and Dynamic Analysis
PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 16, 2016) - Skycure, the leader in mobile threat defense, today announced Adi Sharabani, CEO and co-founder of Skycure, and Yair Amit, CTO and co-founder of Skycure, will present at RSA Conference USA 2016 in San Francisco. The presentation, titled "The Ultimate Reason Why Hackers Are Winning the Mobile Malware Battle" will discuss how today's threat defenses are easily infiltrated by hackers and how enterprises can turn the tables on the hackers behind next-generation mobile malware. The presentation will include a live creation of an advanced malware attack.
Sharabani and Amit are the experts that revealed the "No iOS Zone" vulnerability in their presentation at last year's San Francisco RSA Conference.
The Ultimate Reason Why Hackers Are Winning the Mobile Malware Battle
Adi Sharabani and Yair Amit will break down the current set of techniques (signatures, static analysis, dynamic analysis, social cyber-intelligence) used to identify malware on mobile devices, explain why attackers constantly succeed in fooling these technologies and explore the negative trade-offs in various security solutions. During a live, interactive demo, the team will create a mobile malware, meant to be undetected by all static and runtime analysis technologies. Audience members will be encouraged to participate, and opt into an ethical attack to witness the results in real-time.
For more information on the session, please visit:
WHEN: Thursday, 3 March, 9:10 - 10:00 a.m. PT
WHERE: Moscone Center West, Room 3009
San Francisco, CA 94103
Sharabani and Amit are world-class security experts that have identified some of the most-discussed mobile device vulnerabilities of the past few years, such as Shared Cookies Stores Bug, No iOS Zone, iOS malicious profiles, HTTP Request Hijacking, LinkedOut, and Wi-Fi Gate. The Skycure team also provided advanced identification and protection against last year's most high-profile vulnerabilities -- Android Installer Hijacking, SwiftKey, Stagefright, YiSpecter, and XcodeGhost.
Adi Sharabani led the security of IBM software products after the acquisition of Watchfire, a pioneer in the field of application security. Yair Amit has been active in the security industry for more than a decade and leads Skycure's research and vision and oversees its R&D center. Adi and Yair are top-rated speakers at known worldwide security conferences, such as RSA and OWASP.
For details and to learn more about how Skycure Mobile Threat Defense protects organizations and prevents cyber attacks without compromising the mobile user experience or privacy, visit www.skycure.com.
Skycure is a mobile threat defense company that detects and prevents cyber attacks without compromising the user's privacy or mobile experience. Skycure's predictive technology leverages massive crowd knowledge to proactively identify threats and secure mobile devices. Skycure's founders, Adi Sharabani and Yair Amit, have identified some of the most-discussed mobile device vulnerabilities of the past few years. The company has offices in Silicon Valley, Tel Aviv, and Ottawa, and is backed by Pitango Venture Capital, Shasta Ventures, New York Life, Mike Weider, Peter McKay, and other strategic investors.
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