Mobile app users have become more savvy about protecting sensitive personal information and regulations such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) restrict data usage and sharing practices. Developers can get ahead of regulatory action and improve the overall user experience by looking for ways to implement mobile app privacy features directly into their mobile apps. Here are six mobile app privacy features they should implement.
Mobile apps are critical to enabling the U.S. federal agencies such as the U.S Department of Defense to meet their mission. Core to that mission is ensuring a high security testing bar for the mobile apps they build and use. Until now, completing that security compliance testing has been a complicated, time-consuming manual process that was built for web apps, not mobile apps. Today, NowSecure is announcing the world’s first automated NIAP Mobile App Vetting solution that supports NIAP v1.3 Mobile App Vetting Protection Profile for Application Software.
Mobile app traffic outpaces web traffic and offers an essential way of engaging with customers. However, companies put themselves and their customers at risk when they don’t invest enough time and money guarding against mobile app security and privacy vulnerabilities. Organizations can cost effectively manage risk across the entire mobile app portfolio by deploying automated mobile app security testing software.
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.
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.