"It is a must-have for security architects and consultants as well as enterprise security managers who are working with mobile devices and applications."Dr. Dena Haritos Tsamitis, Director, Information Networking Institute (INI) Director of Education, CyLab Carnegie Mellon University
"Good book for Android security enthusiasts and developers that also covers advance topic like reverse engineering of Android applications. A must have book for all security professionals."Sanjay Katkar, Co-Founder Quick Heal Technologies
"It's an excellent book for professional businesses that are trying to move their corporate applications on mobile / Android platform. It helped me understand the threats foreseen in Android applications and how to protect against them. Thanks for putting together a structured text on Android security."Jagmeet Malhotra, Vice President, Royal Bank of Scotland
"Smart mobile devices need smart security. If you are facing the complex challenge of securing data and applications for Android, this book provides valuable insight into the security architecture and practical guidance for safeguarding this modern platform."Gerhard Eschelbeck, Chief Technology Officer, Sophos
"Abhishek and Anmol's book Android Security: Attacks & Defenses is a great introduction to Android security. Their chapter "Reverse Engineering Android Applications" provides the groundwork for anybody interested in mobile malware analysis and cracking the nitty-gritty of most Android apps."Nicholas Falliere, Founder JEB Decompiler & Security Researcher
"In their book Android Security: Attacks and Defenses, Dubey and Misra have filled a critical gap in software security literature by providing a unique and holistic approach to addressing this critical and often misunderstood topic..."James Ransome, Senior Director, Product Security McAfee . An Intel Company
The book gives security professionals and executives a practical guide to the security implications and best practices for deploying Android platforms and applications in the (corporate) environment.Steve Martino, VP Information Security, Cisco
Tell us what you like, what you don't like and how can we improve? Your feedback is extremly valuable to us.
We respect your privacy and we promise that we won't be spamming you!