Android security, especially in the enterprise, has been the subject of a lot of discussion lately. One recent item: Android ranked squarely at the bottom of the top four mobile operating systems when it came to security. Enterprise apps scored just as poorly. So now Motorola wants to help.
So this Wednesday, April 25, MOTODEV for Enterprise is hosting a live audio show from 9 to 10 am PDT entitled Enterprise App Security: Android & HTML5.
MOTODEV for Enterprise will host a panel of mobile security experts to discuss best practices on reducing risks and keeping your Enterprise Android and HTML5 applications secure.
Register to listen live or have a link to the archived version sent to you at the conclusion of the program.
Motorola is serious about enterprise security and offers plenty of resources for developers, including on-demand webinars and practical advice. Here’s a sampling of the in-depth training available from its developer training series.
- The Enterprise Dilemma: Native vs. Web Apps: Designing for the mobile enterprise, you must decide which kind of app is appropriate for your audience. Your choice impacts development time and direction.
- Authentication, Certificates, and VPNs: Learn “best practices” for authentication, certificates and VPNs by attending this on-demand webinar. Find out what VPNs and certificates do for the enterprise.
- Using the Advanced Encryption Standard in Android: This article covers the proper usage of Android’s encryption library, specifically the AES encrpytion algorithm.
More about the MOTODEV for Enterprise program:
The MOTODEV for Enterprise program helps in-house or commercial developers design and build Android™ apps for businesses and institutions. Our program resources and services will help jumpstart your mobile projects and support you throughout your development lifecycle. If you’re ready to build quality, secure mobile applications for your organization, sign up for our free program today.
Developer tools available include the Eclipse-based MOTODEV Studio for Android IDE, app validator, product SDKs, and sample code. Make sure you read the IDE user guide before you begin, especially if you have already installed the Android SDK from Google and the Android Developer Tools (ADT) plugin for Eclipse.