As a longtime innovator of automated mobile appsec testing software and services, NowSecure continues to embrace emerging technology by delivering the world’s first Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST) technology purpose-built for mobile. Sometimes called DAST 2.0 or the next generation of DAST by the security industry, this advancement provides security analysts and app developers with greater visibility into app vulnerabilities and privacy issues.
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.
Dating apps pose particular privacy concerns due to the massive amount of personal information stored and exchanged by users. NowSecure recently analyzed the cybersecurity risk level of 50 publicly available dating mobile apps available in the Apple® App Store® and Google Play™. Find out what we discovered and how organizations and users can protect themselves.
Amidst increasing concern over compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act and data privacy, we tested 50 Android mobile apps for young kids for security and privacy risk. The findings show worrisome vulnerabilities in webview, network and Inter-Component Communication.
Last year, 66 million U.S. residents shopped online on Black Friday, topped only by 81 million on Cyber Monday. As an onslaught of consumers gear up to use retail and deal finding mobile apps to take advantage of post-Thanksgiving sales, companies should realized that many of those apps have security flaws that could compromise customer data.
The Bose Connect mobile app case shows that consumers are feeling empowered to take action against enterprises that don’t take mobile app privacy seriously.