No two organizations face the same challenges in securing their mobile applications — variables include the type of mobile app, frequency of release, maturity of the application security testing program, staffing levels and a host of other factors. But what many companies have in common is that they rely on NowSecure automated mobile application security testing solutions and services to verify the apps they build and buy are safe for use by customers and employees. Learn how MyOwnMed and Vaporstream have strengthened security of their mobile apps and the successes they’ve enjoyed thanks in part to their use of NowSecure services and solutions.
To enable digital transformation, financial institution accelerates the DevOps pipeline and protects users with mobile app security testing and vetting solutions. Learn more about the benefits the bank achieved in this case study.
The use of insecure mobile apps is a problem recognized all too well by Avi Elkoni, chief technology officer and chief operating officer for Vaporstream. Chicago-based Vaporstream provides a secure communications app that it validates with NowSecure solutions and services.
“We have customers in regulated industries — people subject to HIPAA, those who work with financial information or in energy — and they’ve been dying for years to take information and share it with their mobile devices,” Elkoni says.
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.
Seeking greater insight into the trustworthiness of mobile apps housed in public app stores, the U.S. Marshals Service relies on NowSecure solution to evaluate mobile apps for security, compliance and privacy.
The BlackBerry Messenger service presents a number of security risks.