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Thursday, March 20 • 9:30am - 10:20am
Xcodeへのセキュリティ機能の拡張 / eXtend Security on Xcode

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In order to assist developers to develop a secure iOS app in a rapid development process, we propose our own security features implemented on top of Xcode IDE.    "The mobile industry is now booming. According to Apple, the number of iOS apps in App Store reached to 900,000 as of June 2013.  In this highly competitive market, mobile app developers are required to develop a high-value, high-quality and high-performance app and with a short time-to-market. Implementing security into earlier phases of such rapid pace agile development life cycle can be considered as one of the key success factors for organizations.
We believe that by adding an automated security measure into Xcode IDE itself is essential and can help facilitate secure agile development cycles for iOS developers. Therefore, we are implementing our own security features on top of Xcode. During coding phase, the developers will be able to automatically spot general security issues of iOS apps and thus prevent them from creating those issues. This can also help security testers to conduct white-box security testing in a shorter amount of time. We will also share difficulties and problems we faced and how we overcome them during our research.

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Tokuji Akamine

Lead Security Engineer, Rakuten, Inc.
Tokuji Akamine is a Lead Security Engineer at Rakuten, where he conducts security testing, security training and security research. Before joining Rakuten, he was a senior security consultant at Symantec and provided application security consulting to a variety of enterprise customers. He has totally 8 years experience in application security.

Thursday March 20, 2014 9:30am - 10:20am
Secure Your Site Hall(HALL WEST)

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