Reports, e-books, case studies, webinars and more to help you strategize and protect your organization on the mobile front.
This guide includes over fifty best practices for creating more secure mobile applications. The descriptions of attacks and security recommendations in this report are not exhaustive or perfect, but you will get practical advice that you can use to make your app(s) more secure.
Whether you are starting from square one with a mobile app security initiative, have a bunch of adhoc tasks you want to consolidate into a repeatable process, or just want to make some tweaks to improve an existing program, this guide will help you take your mobile app security program to the next level.
To help financial institutions understand and overcome challenges in delivering secure mobile financial services, NowSecure collaborated with Accenture Consulting to study the state of security among iOS and Android mobile banking apps.
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.
Google and Apple will release major updates to the Android and iOS operating systems in the coming months, and beta versions of Android “O” and iOS 11 include a number of security enhancements. During this webinar, NowSecure Mobile Security Analyst Michael Krueger and Software Support Engineer Tony Ramirez will provide an overview of the security updates in both new releases and the implications on mobile app security.
To meet high customer expectations for security and compliance, Vaporstream chose NowSecure to assess and certify the security of their app on Android and iOS across the entire mobile attack surface.
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 apps fall in scope for a number of regulatory requirements that govern the banking and financial services industries, such as: guidelines from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA), New York State cybersecurity requirements for financial services companies, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and more. Luckily, a repeatable mobile app security assessment program and standardized reporting go a long way in both achieving compliance objectives and securing mobile apps and data. Watch this webinar to learn more!
What does a sensible approach to approving and denying Android and iOS apps for use by staff look like? It starts with accurate, up-to-date security assessment data. Join NowSecure VP of Customer Success and Services Katie Strzempka for a webinar explaining how to take a data-driven approach to evaluating mobile apps for use at your organization.