This post features some courses related to security of operating system Android.
This post was last updated on November 2022, so it may become outdated over the time.
The parent post of this article is Android Security.
List of Android Security Training Courses
There are some courses featured on this article:
- Android Developers’ 11 Weeks of Android – Week 3: Privacy, Trust and Security
- ATC’s Android Security Essentials Course
- ProTech’s Android Security
- Synopsis’ Android Security
- EC-Council CodeRed’s Hands-on Android Security
- LinkedIn’s Android App Penetration Testing
Android Developers’ 11 Weeks of Android – Week 3: Privacy, Trust and Security
In summer 2020, Google’s Android Developers organized the event 11 Weeks of Android (#11WeeksOfAndroid), that consisted of 11 training paths to be completed one per week. The event is long over, but the training paths are still accessible.
Among these training pathways, there is one called Privacy, Trust and Security. You can get this course on this external link.
As an Android Developers’ course, it is very related to code and development security.
You will get a badge linked to your Google account once you pass the quiz.
ATC’s Android Security Essentials Course
This is a 2-day (12 hours) professional course. It is imparted by Android Advance Training Consultants (ATC), that is a Canadian private training company.
It is oriented for developers, covering both application and device security.
You can find an official learning center on this external link.
The content of this course is assessed in the exam AND-X02. This exam is one of the the requisites to get the certification Android Application Engineer. More info about this certification on this post.
ProTech’s Android Security
3-day course for app developers and system integrators.
Synopsys’ Android Security
70-minute course for mobile developers.
EC-Council CodeRed’s Hands-on Android Security
3-hour course for pen testing.
LinkedIn’s Android App Penetration Testing
This is a 1h30m course about Penetration Testing on Android OS. It is imparted by Prashant Pandey, and published on LinkedIn.
Udemy’s Android Jetpack Security