Mobile app security vulnerabilities have put the U.S. Navy and Marines, the Ukrainian military, and military bases and installations around the world in harm’s way. hackers and nation states could learn the locations of troops using the mobile apps, and in some cases could also access other highly sensitive operational information. Learn how National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) mobile app vetting requirements help reduce risk to federal missions.
Would you install an IoT security camera outside your home but not bother to lock the front door? Didn’t think so. That’s why we recommend focusing on the mobile security initiatives that proactively tackle the most threats. They include choosing a more secure device and mobile OS, deploying MDM and conducting mobile app vetting. Learn how these best practices for mobile security work together to reduce risk.
Enterprise mobility management (EMM) and mobile device management (MDM), containerization, mobile app security testing and certification, and 3rd-party mobile app vetting or mobile app reputation services (MARS) all play an important role in a solid, effective mobile app security strategy. Learn more about how to ensure defense-in-depth with a layered approach to mobile security.