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.
What will 2020 hold for mobile application security? NowSecure predicts we’ll see an intensified focus on privacy, mobile DevSecOps gaining traction and ample activity around wearables and Internet of Things (IoT). Here are some of the mobile appsec trends and challenges that our experts anticipate we’ll see in 2020.
Many people have heard about mobile man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacks but aren’t sure just exactly what they are or how they happen. Learn more including the development and security issues that can leave apps vulnerable to MiTM attacks, tips for testing and the layers of network defense that can help you avoid these issues.
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.
NowSecure enables organizations to leverage Microsoft tools such as Azure DevOps, Visual Studio, Visual Studio App Center and GitHub to ship software faster. Over the years, NowSecure has helped organizations automate security and privacy testing of mobile apps in their DevOps continuous delivery toolchains. We’re pleased to announce the availability of a new pre-built connector for Azure DevOps and Azure Pipeline CI/CD tools — the NowSecure Extension for Microsoft Azure DevOps. Devs can find the Azure DevOps extension in the Microsoft Visual Studio Marketplace. Formerly known as Visual Studio Team Services, Microsoft Azure DevOps provides developers with a suite of integrated tools.
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.