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Smartphones have become an extension of the user, allowing them to buy stuff, pay for services and hold a strong social presence. This places strict demands on security and data privacy.
If you want your users to be comfortable using your app, you must place emphasis on utilising the security methods at your disposal.
In this talk Ana will cover the best practices in app security, demonstrate common mistakes and pitfalls and share what she's learned in her own experience in the mobile banking industry.
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Safety first - best practices in app security
During college I got involved in e-learning projects where I developed in Java, and ended up in love with it. After graduation I got a job at Infinum as an Android developer, and have been working there ever since. By the end of 2014. I switched from various projects in the telecommunication, medical and travel industry to mobile banking, where I became the Technical Manager of Mobile Banking in early 2016. My responsibilities include researching new technology and advancements in security, making sure new practices are implemented and generally pushing things forward in the right direction.