Mobile Devices as Attack Platforms - MBS-F41A

Daniel Ayoub, Manager, Product Marketing, Dell SonicWALL

It is becoming increasingly popular for tablets and smartphones to be allowed access to corporate resources, however, many enterprises do not block 'rooted' and 'jailbroken' devices. In this session, we will examine several of the penetration testing tools available for ARM platforms and demonstrate the risk posed by 'jailbroken' and 'rooted' mobile devices connecting to the corporate network.

Daniel Ayoub is a network security engineer most recently engaged as the Manager of Product Marketing for Dell SonicWALL. Daniel has been involved with implementing information security systems and methodologies to public-sector corporations and numerous small-medium sized businesses. He has also been published in several publications including: 2600 magazine, SC magazine, and Network World. His areas of interest include penetration testing, CSIRT, malware and digital forensics. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Irvine and numerous technical certifications including CISSP, CISM, CISA, CCNP, CCSP & CEH.

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Daniel Ayoub Product Manager – IPS, Dell Network Security

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