NowSecure AUTO enables security professionals, quality assurance teams, and development groups to automate mobile app security testing to find and fix vulnerabilities faster than ever before. This walkthrough reviews how to integrate the NowSecure AUTO mobile app security testing product with GitHub to track issues. Users will be able to automatically run a full security test on a mobile app and seamlessly push findings into GitHub.
Security leaders are tasked with quickly and consistently managing mobile risk within and beyond their organization’s walls, a task that will only get more difficult as mobile app usage and development continues to rise. The purpose of this post is to familiarize developers, QA professionals, and security analysts with the OWASP Mobile Top 10, as well as provide additional guidance from the NowSecure Secure Mobile Development Best Practices about how to avoid or remediate the top ten risks.
Lab Automated allows security professionals, quality assurance teams, and development groups to automate mobile app security testing to find and fix flaws more quickly and easily than ever before. After announcing the release last month, we’re excited to share updates about new tests within this powerful tool.
Today we announce a new partnership with WhiteHat Security whereby automated static, dynamic, and interactive mobile app security testing technology from NowSecure will power the WhiteHat Sentinel Mobile ExpressTM offering.
This week, security-savvy developers and security experts descend upon Washington D.C. for OWASP’s 13th Annual AppSecUSA 2016 conference. Training sessions occur tomorrow and Wednesday, with full conference programming beginning Thursday. NowSecure is a proud supporter of OWASP, its mission, and the contributions OWASP and the AppSecUSA 2016 event make to mobile app security.
Forty-five percent of chief information officers (CIOs), technology executives, and IT employees view mobile devices as a weak spot in their cybersecurity defenses. This according to “Your Biggest Cybersecurity Weakness Is Your Phone,” a piece published last week in Harvard Business Review. The essay lays out some best practices for securing mobile devices within the