Today every business is a mobile business. Your employees are using mobile devices to share files, video chat with colleagues, share sensitive corporate data over web and messaging channels. In the new normal, while employees are increasingly accessing corporate data from their smartphones, your business is exposed to breaches more than ever. It is imperative to protect web and mobile users from application phishing, network, and device threats.
Protecting your digital experiences
As mobile continues to become the primary platform consumers use in their everyday lives, mobile app developers will need to prioritize security. Attackers can alter the authentication mechanisms of your app to phish user credentials. Invaders can also falsify the user interface of your app and convince your end-users to give away passwords unsuspectingly.
The industry stats are staggering:
- Almost three-quarters of apps would not pass even a basic security test.
- Mobile security vulnerabilities are found in 91% and 95% of IoS and Android apps, respectively.
Gartner forecasts that, “By 2022, at least 50% of successful attacks against clickjacking and mobile apps could have been prevented using in-app protection.”
Mobile Endpoint and App Security
A robust solution must detect and protect against advanced threats and respond rapidly with remediation actions.
DeviceRoot / Jailbreak Attacks
Checks for OS versions, system parameters, firmware, and configs to prevent attacks on rooted devices or where a user jailbreaks a device to install programs not available from the app stores.
Mobile AppsMalware / Adware / Ransomware / Spyware Attacks
Scan for and prevent attacks from malicious software and other apps downloaded to the device without the user’s knowledge to gain access to personal information.
Web AppsXSS / Denial of Service (DOS) & DDOS / Memory Corruption
Attacks from outside your environment that seek to prevent access to a system or device resource. These could also include attacks where system memory is altered or access to a website is prevented.
NetworkSpoofed Certificates / Man-In-The-Middle Attack
Monitor Network traffic for suspicious activity such as Spoofed Certificates and Man-In-The-Middle Attacks where the user’s browser is tricked into allowing the attacker in.
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