IDC estimates that by the end of 2019, organizations worldwide will have spent more than $1 trillion on digital transformation initiatives. But organizations struggle to develop apps fast enough to satisfy business demand and security often falls by the wayside. Learn how mobile DevSecOps can support digital transformation by enabling companies to swiftly develop apps without compromising security.
Let’s say a mobile app pen test costs $5,000 in house or $15,000 to $25,000 to outsource. Did you know that an automated mobile app security testing tool costs $10,000 per app per year and can be used for unlimited testing of each and every build? For at least 30% less than the cost of a single penetration test, organizations can employ an automated testing platform that lets them test every build of a mobile app, every day of the year.
NowSecure team looks forward to sponsoring the DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES) 2019 conference in Las Vegas from Oct. 28 – 30. The event brings together leaders of large, complex organizations deploying DevOps principles and practices for immersive learning. Pencil these suggested sessions into your agenda and stop by Booth 611 to share your “False Positives Suck” story with us to snag a sticker.
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.
NowSecure is proud to help sponsor DevOps World | Jenkins World on August 12 – 15. The San Francisco event brings brings together thought leaders and practitioners in the Jenkins ecosystem to learn, network with their peers and shape the future of Jenkins. To help plan your time at the conference, we suggest the following DevSecOps agenda to zero in on the intersection of DevOps and mobile appsec. Come see NowSecure at Booth 1129.
We frequently hear the same myths about mobile application security testing ranging from the notion that mobile apps are safe because Apple and Google test them to the notion that testing mobile apps is the same as testing web apps. These beliefs put organizations at risk of using and publishing mobile apps that are inherently insecure.
Discover what the top three misperceptions are and how to counter them.