Check out this infographic to see how mobile has transformed organizations and why building security and privacy into the development process through mobile app sec testing simply makes good business sense.
With most online traffic shifting to mobile, organizations are at risk of data loss due to risky mobile apps that have security and privacy vulnerabilities. Consult this infographic to see potential threats in mobile app code functionality, data at rest and data in motion and how to identify them with mobile appsec testing.
As DevSecOps takes hold in organizations, there’s a noticeable difference in maturity of application security testing practices for mobile apps vs. web. NowSecure sought to understand the role of DevSecOps in the mobile application development lifecycle by polling IT leaders about their release and testing practices. Consult this infographic to see how your organization stacks up against your peers and the top benefits companies have achieved by incorporating security testing into mobile DevOps.
Most of us know to think twice before downloading a mobile app from a source other than Google Play. But not everything from there is safe, either. Researchers have discovered hundreds of fraudulent Android apps that can compromise your security and privacy. Consult this infographic to know some of the telltale signs of a bogus Android app.
DevOps isn’t an overnight transformation. The process is more akin to modernizing a well-loved 40-year-old house. Read on to see how the two transformations are more similar than you might think.
Network Security Configuration is an XML file in which developers customize network security settings for an Android app. Let’s examine several benefits of using Network Security Configuration in Android mobile apps and dive into best practices for implementing this feature.