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Test of 250 Popular Android Mobile Apps Reveals that 70% Leak Sensitive Personal Data

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Brian Reed NowSecure CMO

Brian Reed

CMO
As NowSecure Chief Mobility Officer, Brian Reed brings decades of experience in mobile, apps, security, dev and operations management including NowSecure, Good Technology, BlackBerry, ZeroFOX, BoxTone, MicroFocus and INTERSOLV working with Fortune 2000 global customers, mobile trailblazers and government agencies. At NowSecure, Brian drives the overall go-to-market strategy, solutions portfolio, marketing programs and industry ecosystem. With more than 25 years building innovative products and transforming organizations, Brian has a proven track record in early and mid-stage companies across multiple technology markets and regions. As a noted speaker and thought leader, Brian is a dynamic speaker and compelling storyteller who brings unique insights and global experience. Brian is a graduate of Duke University.

A NowSecure review of 250 popular Android mobile apps from leading online retail, brick-and-mortar retail, finance, insurance and travel apps reveals that more than 70% leak personal information that puts users at risk of fraud and identity theft. Consumers should demand clear privacy statements from app makers and organizationes should ensure their apps properly safeguard sensitive data.