Mobile apps are an indispensable part of digital business, but organizations often underestimate the security threats they pose. AppSealing Managing Director Govindraj Basatwar shared best practices for effective app shielding and factors to consider when selecting a mobile app security vendor.
Compromised mobile apps can be an open door to critical
enterprise app servers and other back-end systems,
and this survey aims to shine a light on a potential hole in
most enterprise security walls – exposing potential gaps in
Compromised mobile apps can be an open door to critical enterprise app servers and other back-end systems, and this survey aims to shine a light on a potential hole in most enterprise security walls – exposing potential gaps in CISO awareness.
In Q2 & Q3 2023, ISMG surveyed over 100 senior cybersecurity...
The advent of artificial intelligence has significantly altered the cybersecurity landscape, introducing both new threats and defenses. In this webinar, we will explore how AI has become a game changer for both offensive and defensive players in cybersecurity.
As the adoption of digital wallets continues to surge, with an expected value of over $16 trillion by 2028, safeguarding user data and financial transactions is of utmost importance. In this report, Promon’s Security Research Team assesses the security posture of 99 most-used payment apps against a standard...
Mobile app-based cybercrime is ever-evolving, and securing mobile applications is paramount to prevent sensitive data exposure and safeguard your reputation. The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), a non-profit foundation committed to enhancing software security, provides invaluable resources like the...
Malware is prowling financial services apps! A recent survey found 7,000 banking trojans in Q1 2023, marking a 19% increase from Q4 2022. These trojans are not just lurking; they're pilfering customer credentials, snooping on personal data, and, at times, initiating unauthorized transactions.
Mobile apps are a popular target for attackers, cyber threats are constantly evolving in them. Hackers relentlessly seek ways to infiltrate, decompile, and reverse-engineer your apps, potentially compromising your sensitive data and brand reputation.
Code obfuscation has emerged as the armor of choice for developers,...
Application journeys are fluid in practice because applications can live anywhere. Complex deployments with too many tools to configure and manage and overwhelmed IT teams lead to mistakes, so organizations should take a cybersecurity mesh platform approach to securing their application journeys.
Attackers are increasingly using carefully crafted business logic exploits in which attackers effectively social engineer an API to do something it wasn’t intended to do, according to Stephanie Best, director of product marketing for API security at Salt Security.
Traditional licensing models that lock organizations into fixed solutions or time periods are no longer ideal. Organizations need to consider usage-based licensing approaches that offer flexibility to deploy whatever solutions are required, wherever they are needed, for whatever length of time.
Offensive security is transitioning from traditional penetration testing to a more continuous, technology-led approach, says Aaron Shilts, president and CEO at NetSPI. The security posture of organizations is constantly changing, making a point-in-time pen test less effective.
As a foundational element of the digital world, applications are increasingly targeted by threat actors. To adapt to the constantly evolving threat landscape of today’s digital world, IT and security leaders need to build a modern AppSec strategy designed to support demanding development cycles while also ensuring...