Information Systems Security Association, Inland Empire Chapter

Celluloid Dreams: The Nuts and Bolts of Mobile Technology & Security

Presented by Kelly FitzGerald, Symantec
on Tuesday, August 28, 2012 from 11:30am - 1:30pm.

Coco's Restaurant and Bakery
60 West Foothill Boulevard, Upland, CA 91786

RSVP by August 27 to:

Karina Alvarado
(909) 537-5099

Speaker Bio

Kelly FitzGerald lives in Los Angeles and is a proud alumni of CSUSB's Computer Science Program. She works at Symantec in the office of the CTO as a Manager for the Product Security Team. The Product Security Team is a global group that conducts secure code development training, penetration testing, and vulnerability management for Symantec's portfolio of 300+ products. As a member of the office of the CTO, Kelly engages in security research on mobility and embedded systems. In her spare time Kelly is a board member for Los Angeles OWASP, constantly prepares with alternate plans and is usually worried about something.


The population of the world is currently clocked at 6.9 billion humans, there are currently 5 billion active mobile subscriptions and connections. The tipping point has been reached, the mobile device carries your voice, your data, your GPS and your social network, but how does it all really work? In this friendly presentation let Kelly FitzGerald show you the basics of cell towers, GSM and sim cards. From there dive into a state-of-the-union talk on popular issues in hardware and software for mobile security.


Students $15 $15
Members $20 $25
Non-Members$25 $30

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