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Minimizing Risk in Protecting Your High Value Mobile Apps

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Consumer facing mobile apps are one of the primary ways customers experience your brand and services. There are also major security risks you need to consider in protecting these valuable assets. Bad actors or hackers can target your enterprise's high value apps then reverse engineer the apps and repost them for unsuspecting customers.

The plethora of high profile hacks from well-known retailers, banks and medical device companies all highlight the need for enterprises to consider best-in-class application security measures to minimize the risk of being the next hacking story in the news.

Key takeaways:

  • What steps can you take to ensure minimum impact when apps are tampered with?
  • How to ensure you have the right processes and strategies in place for efficient application security
  • What does OWASP and application security guidelines suggest for the protection of mobile apps? 
  • What are the compliance and GDPR regulations when a data leak such as this happens?


Pau Oliva

Senior Security Consultant, IOActive, Inc.

    Dan  Raywood

    Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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