Interview with Jeff Moss from Black Hat

By on November 10, 2010
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He thinks Android could be the most secure mobile OS.


With the Black Hat conference in town, I got a chance to spend a few minutes with Jeff Moss, the founder and CEO of the Black Hat. For the uninitiated, Black Hat briefings and training is the largest and most important security conference series in the world. The Abu Dhabi event also provides hands-on, multi-day training sessions on the latest in IT security trends and techniques.

Jeff was open to talking about the threats we are facing in today’s world with non-secured connections to Facebook and Twitter. He also thinks that Android could possibly be the most secure handheld OS at the moment which I thought was interesting as most companies use BlackBerry for the reason of security.

It always great to hear perspectives from industry experts and I would like to thank Jeff for spending some of his precious time with us.


Abbas Jaffar Ali is the founder of and a blogger, geek and self-declared tech pundit who can't stop talking about technology. Find him on twitter as @ajaffarali

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