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Read about the latest news and trends in the Mobile AppSec arena,
where we follow the direction of mobile cybercrime,
where the state of mobile security is today,
and where we're headed tomorrow.

(More) Common Security Mistakes when Developing Swift Apps - Part II

(More) Common Security Mistakes when Developing Swift Apps – Part II

In my post last week I shared common security mistakes developers make when building Swift applications – covering insecure data storage, symmetric key algorithms, insecure communication and more. If you haven’t read it, please take a few minutes to review this information. It’s critical to understand these mistakes as well as the ones I’m sharing

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Common Security Mistakes when Developing Swift Applications – Part I

Common Security Mistakes when Developing Swift Applications – Part I

Overview: Data Storage and Communication Security Swift was first introduced in 2014 at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) as the iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS de facto programming language. Designed by Chris Lattner and many others at Apple Inc., Swift is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language. Although first released as a proprietary programming language, version

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How Secure is Your Online Banking App?

How Secure is Your Online Banking App?

Banking has gone digital. Nearly every major bank offers both an online portal as well as a mobile app, and people seem to prefer it that way. A recent PwC survey found that 46% of consumers only use online banking, a massive jump from their previous survey in 2012, in which only 27% used online

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Key Takeaways from Ponemon’s 2017 Study on Mobile and Internet of Things Application Security

Today, organizations are developing and releasing mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) devices and apps at a rapid speed. According to recent research, it is estimated that around 50B IoT devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020 while 2017 started with a record 2.2M downloadable apps in the App Store.   Every year,

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