Securing Mobile clients using OAuth Service

Mobile computing allows us to make the elusive ‚Äúanytime, anywhere access‚Äù mantra a reality. Mobile security has become increasingly important in mobile computing. It is of particular interest as it relates to the security of personal and business information stored in smartphones. How do you provide this mobile security? This session introduces OAuth which is an open protocol that allows secure authorization in a simple and standard method from web, mobile, and desktop applications.You get an overview of (expand OAM) OAM's Mobile OAuth functionality and examine use cases centered around securing native mobile applications accessing OAuth-enabled services and APIs.This session introduces you to a real world mobile enterprise extranet use case and demonstrates:Tokenized authentication and access control using OAuth  Mobile OAuth Single Sign-on Mobile application registration and mobile device identification using  OAuth

Vandana Rajamani is a Senior Curriculum Developer with Oracle Corporation’s Server Technologies Curriculum group. She currently prepares courses for various Identity Management products of Oracle. She has over 8 years of experience in the IT field in varied roles, both in software development and in the area of Instructional Design and Curriculum Development. Vandana is an Oracle Certified Professional. Prior to Oracle, she has worked as a freelance trainer for various clients specializing in database administration, SQL and PL/SQL.

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