Oct. 17th. 2013  7.00p.m.  " Android Security "
Charles Fisher
Independent Scholars Evenings:
A discussion of the security of Android phones and sundry devices, practically focusing on the Cerberus tracking application from the Google Play Store.

A demonstration of the program will involve hiding it from the phone menus, enabling GPS and determining the phone's location, downloading call and SMS logs, and remote locking/alerts.
Discussion will follow on the morality of the control over another's phone, tracking the movements and communications of others, and the impact upon personal relationships and greater culture as a whole.Charles Fisher, an engineer with his degree from the University of Iowa, department of  Engineering,  is an Independent Scholar and works at Alcoa. He is a specialist in the IT department.
7.00 p.m.
Dress code:  Business Casual.
light refreshment and beverages are served.
free and open to the public.
Doors open at 6;30
Independent Scholars Evenings are sponsored by The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, Ltd. a 501(c)3 organization under US Federal and State of  Illinois laws.

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