In this dire time, the world is grasping for critical healthcare solutions to fight COVID-19. Incredible people have stepped up to leverage technology in meaningful ways to benefit humanity. The current stay-at-home orders afford app developers precious time to build innovative solutions that can help speed the return to normalcy. Thanks to our significant experience writing and testing the security of mobile applications, we’ve amassed a series of best practices that can guide the development of safe COVID-19 apps.
OWASP’s Global AppSec DC 2019 takes place Sept. 9 – 13 in Washington, D.C. Find our picks for several training and conference sessions to build your knowledge about mobile DevSecOps and application security, book a meeting with us and visit Booth S7.
Session replay is a technique that allows app developers to view screenshots, screen recordings, and touch events of how a user interacts with an app. Depending on how this technique is implemented, it can have some serious impacts to a user’s privacy. Based on recent news event, Apple already has started to notify app developers that they should obtain consent and inform users if they are being recorded.
Black Hat is right around the corner! To help you plan your agenda, members of the NowSecure security research and engineering teams selected several key sessions or briefings that we’re eager to attend. Read on to see what we’re most excited about!
Learn more about the OnePlus device backdoor created by the EngineerMode App and how the NowSecure Threat Research Team helped verify this root exploit.
A researcher published the decryption key for the iOS Secure Enclave Processor exposing a critical new risk within the iOS operating system. We’ve verified this information and explained its impact.