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.
The Apple® App Store® celebrates its 10th anniversary and the original Android store isn’t far behind. A decade in, let’s take a look at how secure these mobile apps are.
I’ve recently noticed a spike in questions from our customers — and specifically security analysts — about App Transport Security (ATS), or NSAppTransportSecurity, for iOS apps. ATS is a critical security practice for our customers in financial services and other regulated industries. A lot of ATS documentation already exists, but questions persist. A core part
Eighty percent of the top free iOS apps don’t support App Transport Security – does yours? Don’t delay. Protect your business and users. Read on for tips on how to transition to ATS support.
There is no denying that mobile applications have become ubiquitous. For many companies, building an app is a foregone conclusion. We have applications for social, for fitness, for productivity, for business and even for things as sensitive as our finances. We are all increasingly turning over more of our personal information and data to applications
NowSecure believes that the best place to start thinking about security is at the start of a mobile app project. Teaching developers to integrate security into their thinking as early as possible when designing and developing Android and iOS apps is crucial to solving the mobile app security problem. The Security by Design community is a