Reverse Engineering: Still a Serious Problem in 2019?

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Reverse Engineering: Still a Serious Problem in 2019?

Reverse Engineering – What does it mean for your software?

It’s far too easy to convert your application back into readable text or code – it just takes simple point-and-click software. What does that enable?

What does that enable?

  • Access to your intellectual property
  • Applications being repackaged with malware
  • Cryptographic keys being extracted
  • Bad software used to connect your devices and servers

Human error is unavoidable. Developers will make mistakes. So what are the best security practices you need to know about with client-side applications?

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Jake Friedenberg

Join Jake Friedenberg as he’ll take you through best practices on how to protect software applications and IoT devices with Intertrust’s application shielding solutions. Jake is responsible for advocacy and outreach for Application Security at Intertrust.

"Today’s hackers are dramatically changing the conventional security threat paradigm built over decades. It is no longer sufficient to protect the enterprise infrastructure perimeter from external threats. Companies can no longer protect only themselves; they must proactively protect their software when it runs in untrusted environments."

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