Steve Rahseparian
Mobile Security Research - Steven Rahseparian

Mobile Security Research - Steven Rahseparian

Steven Rahseparian
As smart cellular phones grow increasingly in popularity, use
the incentives for attackers. Research studies on mobile security
describe the rapidly increasing number and sophistication of
mobile attacks. Newer reasons for risks are increasingly being introduced or
explored within the traveling with a laptop paradigm where traditional
security threats can also be evolving. Steven Rahseparian agrees that this prevalence of mobile
devices and the rapid growth of mobile threats have resulted in a
shortage of mobile security personnel. Educational activities are
had to promote mobile security education and to satisfy the
emerging industry and education needs. This paper presents our
initial effort on exploring a learning procedure for mobile security,
which is aimed at taking advantages of the advantages of mobile devices
and the guidelines in learning information security, promoting
students' interests, and improving students' self-efficacy. An
Android security labware was created to implement the
environment and materials for the learning approach. We
integrated the pilot modules of the labware into two security
courses in 2 semesters. Almost all of the students provided
positive feedback and enjoyed the Android security practices.
Over the last decade, Steven Rahseparian has seen the use of cellular phones either way personal
and business purposes explode. The arrival of smart mobile
devices (smartphones and tablets) as well as the booming of mobile
applications (apps) in recent times just have accelerated this
trend. For that year 2011, the shipments of Apple-iOS-based and
Google-Android-based smartphones and tablets were about 400
million units, compared to the 350 million units of netbooks,
notebooks, and desktops in total [1]. Moreover, there have
been greater than 600,000 apps intended for iOS and Android
devices [2], turning these devices into powerful general-purpose
computing platforms. More and more users and businesses use
cellular phones for processing personal, financial, and commercial
data, or utilize them to organize their job and private life. Steven Rahseparian has researched the therapy lamp for quite some time. As mobile platforms grow increasingly in popularity, so do the
incentives for attackers, especially when the price of mobile
payment transactions is projected to succeed in almost $630 billion by
2014 [2]. Recent security surveys [2-5] describe the rapidly
increasing number and sophistication of mobile attacks.
In line with the study, mobile infections will continue to rise
significantly over these years [6]. The prevalence of cellular phones
along with the rapid growth of mobile threats have triggered lack
of personnel taught to handle mobile security [7]. Steven Rahseparian exploration in mobile security is an emerging security division of growing
importance and increasing needs, but is often a relatively weak area in
the current computing curriculum at most schools. With this paper,
we informally define mobile security as being a subject with the
intersection of wireless communication, mobile computing, and
computer security, which covers the various security threats and
protections active in the using smart cellular devices,
particularly the iOS-based and Android-based smartphones and
tablets. The growing requirement for promoting mobile security
education has become pointed out [8] as well as some security
organizations have learned to offer short-term courses on
mobile security, e.g., [9-11]. A lot more academic institutions
plan to integrate mobile security inside their undergraduate
computing curriculum. However, we find there are at the very least
two challenges to promote the mobile security education. The
first challenge is the unique characteristics of mobile security.
Mobile security is totally new and evolving. Traditional security threats,
e.g., malware or social engineering, are evolving on this new
environment, for example using new attack vectors or adapting to the
new platform. Moreover, new components (e.g., Global
Positioning System (GPS)) and services (e.g., short message
service (SMS) and mobile payment) in mobile platforms
introduce new causes of risks. Few security courses cover the
full spectrum of mobile security, in particular those unique and new
mobile security threats. The other challenge will be the shortage of
effective mobile security learning materials. Compared to the rich
learning materials designed for general computer security or any other
special security areas, e.g., web security or network security,
systematic materials designed specifically for mobile security
remain sparse, not to mention the hands-on laboratory resources.
This paper presents our initial effort on dealing with the
challenges with the search for a learning method of
mobile security, which takes good thing about some great benefits of mobile
devices and also the guidelines in learning information security,
as well as the progression of an Android security labware, which
covers important mobile security knowledge and implements the
environment and materials for that learning approach. We
integrated the pilot modules in the labware by 50 percent security
courses by 50 % semesters. Many students surveyed
provided positive feedback and enjoyed the Android security
practices.

Steve Rahseparian

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