About the authors
Dominic Chell is a cofounder of MDSec, where in addition to leading the mobile practice, he is responsible for delivering consultancy and training engagements for a variety of clients. Dominic’s career has spanned over a decade and has been almost entirely focused on the technical aspects of application security. He has spoken at numerous conferences as well as releasing several publica- tions on mobile security. Dominic is also listed as a subject matter expert for a secure iOS development exam.
Tyrone Erasmus has a degree in computer engineering and is currently the Head of Mobile Security at MWR InfoSecurity South Africa. He enjoys delving into many different areas of penetration testing and security research, with a large portion of his research efforts in the past spent on Android. His interests lie predominantly in offensive security and the advancement of tools and new techniques in this sphere. He has spoken at various security conferences and was part of the team that won the Android category at Mobile Pwn2Own in 2012. His work is acknowledged internationally in the Android hacking space and he is known among peers as a well‐rounded security professional.
Shaun Colley is a Principal Security Consultant for IOActive where he focuses on mobile device security, native code review and reverse engineering. During his career, he has been primarily focused on mobile security and reverse engineering. Shaun has also spoken several times at industry meets and conferences. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry from the University of Leeds, England.
Ollie Whitehouse is Technical Director for NCC Group, where he is responsible for Cyber Defence Operations, Managed Services and its Exploit Development Group along technical innovation across the Technical Security Consulting practice. Ollie’s career has spanned nearly two decades and included research, consultancy and management positions at BlackBerry, Symantec and @stake where he specialized in software, mobile, embedded, wireless and telecom- munications security.