Brian Lawrence, NowSecure Solutions Engineer, examines the unique DevOps problems put forth by mobile app development, and discusses how implementing mobile DevSecOps practices can mitigate their effects.
Leaky Mobile Apps: What You Need to Know
Originally presented at the OWASP Denver Chapter’s July 2017 meeting, NowSecure Senior Solutions Engineer Jon Porter’s talk included: Research findings uncovering that 25 percent of public app store apps harbor at least one high-risk vulnerability such as collecting/transmitting location data, credentials, and more in cleartext. Why mobile app developers need to protect the users of […]
Mobile App Crashworthiness – Securing Vehicle-to-Device (V2D) Interfaces and Communications
Originally presented at the 5th Automotive Cyber Security Summit, NowSecure CEO and Co-founder Andrew Hoog presents on three topics:
- How do vulnerable mobile apps and insecure V2D communications put drivers and manufacturers at risk?
- Applying crashworthiness and safety ratings concepts to mobile app and connected car cybersecurity
- How to manage mobile app security defects and vulnerabilities in the connected car and mobile app development process
Cybersecurity Fundamentals for Bar Associations
NowSecure Founder and Board Member Andrew Hoog covers the fundamentals of information security for law firms. He addresses why companies should invest in cybersecurity and shares practical next steps to implement security best practices.
In case you missed it – Incident Response Playbook for Android and iOS at RSA Conference 2016
NowSecure CEO and co-founder Andrew Hoog provides tips about how to prepare for and respond to a mobile security incident during two presentations of his talk, “The Incident Response Playbook for Android and iOS,” at RSA Conference 2016.
Mobile Security Highlights from RSAC 2015 in San Francisco
We’re still catching our breath from the whirlwind that was RSAC 2015, but here are a few highlights from San Francisco last week…