Dirty Little Secrets: Mobile Apps Invading Your Privacy
sponsored by Veracode, Inc.

An article in the Wall Street Journal, dated April 5, 2011, disclosed that Federal prosecutors in New Jersey are investigating numerous smart phone application manufacturers for allegedly, illegally obtaining and distributing personal private information (such as GPS location, device identifiers, gender, and even user age) to third party advertisement groups. So who’s got your number? And address, and house keys…? 

Join Tyler Shields, Senior Security Researcher at Veracode, as he discusses the evolving mobile security threat landscape and shares real-world examples of how your data is being used (or misused) in some of the most popular mobile applications.

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