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Redefining Mobile Security (and Why it Works)

Google’s Android is the most popular mobile operating system in the world, powering over 2.5 billion devices.

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In this exclusive lesson, Eugene Liderman, Director of Mobile Security Strategy, Google, outlines Android’s multi-layered security strategy, which includes hardware and software protections, as well as utilizing the power of machine-learning that helps protect devices at the application layer.

Learn how Android has proved that open doesn’t mean unsecure, with third party validation determining that the Android platform provides the most robust security features available to enterprise.

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Your CyberEd Instructor

Eugene Liderman

Director of Mobile Security Strategy, Google

Eugene Liderman joined Google as a Director of Mobile Security Strategy. In this role, he leads efforts around android security evangelism, certifications, and other special programs. Liderman has over 18 years of experience in the Information Technology field specifically around mobile security, directory services, and enterprise email. Prior to Google, he was a Director of Product Management at VMware. Previously, he worked on mobile security product offerings at Good Technology.