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Enterprise software companies are building mobile apps that feature innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR) and other emerging technologies. Incorporating these advanced features in mobile apps helps businesses improve services, enrich the customer experience and gain a competitive edge.
Mobile app security is critical to daily operations as remote work becomes the new reality. NowSecure tested the mobile app security and privacy of 25 mobile apps on iOS and Android platforms. See which mobile apps are the safest for remote workforce security.
A keen focus on technology has helped fast casual company Sweetgreen expand across the nation. The company has plans to create a ‘food platform’ or integrated food system from supply chain all the way to delivery. Sweetgreen is but one example of mobile digital transformation that dramatically changes the way that companies interact with their customers, employees and partners. And attackers have taken notice of mobile.
While corporations widely recognize the convenience and productivity enhancements that mobile applications deliver to their customers and employees, too few realize that mobile apps also can present significant security and privacy risks. It’s not difficult to find examples of mobile app data breaches that resulted in severe consequences, both in terms of money and corporate reputation. Given that smartphone apps account for 63% of total digital minutes, according to the Comscore “2019 Global State of Mobile” report, it stands to reason that attackers are going where the traffic is.
NFL teams have redesigned their mobile apps to enhance the fan experience, both in stadiums and at home. Fans can turn to their smartphones for digital ticketing, live video streaming, in-seat concession ordering, contest participation and cutting-edge features like augmented reality. However, a NowSecure analysis shows most of these apps have privacy risks, especially on iOS.