Android Security

Android Security is a three-day course focusing specifically on the various security concerns of the Android platform.

We explore the Android architecture and security model, permission system and enforcement, encryption, known exploits, memory protections, data protection, device management, SELinux, as well as tools security researchers use to find Android vulnerabilities. We also focus on best practices for coding and deploying secure Android apps. Learn what to do - and what not to do - to keep your apps, your business, and your customers secure.

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Overview
Duration: 3 Days

Android Overview training or any other NewCircle Android class that contains Android Overview module.

It is highly recommended that participants be familiar with basics of Java, C/C++, and Linux administration to fully take advantage of this course.

To refresh your Java skills, you can review NewCircle's Fundamentals of Java tutorial.

Additionally, knowledge of Eclipse is required. You could watch this 30-minute Eclipse tutorial to get up to speed.

Objectives

The objective of Android Security training is to give you a solid understanding of inter-workings of the Android operating system, its security model, and ways to tighten potential security holes. By the end of this class, you will be able to identify the issues, and understand how to go about securing the system and applications running on them.

This class does not cover Android application development in Java nor C programming for the lower levels.

Audience

The Android Security course is designed for security-conscious application developers and system integrators looking to tighten the security of both their devices as well as the applications running on them.

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