It seems like the word “hacking” is getting a lot of exposure in the media these days, so you will be very aware of the current predicament.
It seems like everyone including the U.S.
General Motors Product Strategy and Infotainment Director Greg Ross once said that building applications was a great way to personalize our cars, fit them with the latest technology developments and keep vehicles up-to-date.
"Security is a process, not a product" Bruce Schneier
We’ve recently completed a web development project that implied intense penetration testing.
Unlike b2c markets, mobility has started penetrating the Enterprise space only recently and enterprise mobile apps are actually aiming to be more than just marketing or employee management tools.
The internet has quickly become a valuable tool for our professional and social lives.
IT Committee of the European Business Association (EBA) has recently initiated an open IT security discussion with Sean D.
Hacker attacks on Android applications will continue to increase during 2016, according to a recent apps security report by Quick Heal Technologies (QHT).
Although New Year usually brings in joy, fun and hopes for the future, it also opens up the door for new security threats to challenge both the average technology users and businesses of all sizes.
In its recently published State of Software Security Report 2015, Veracode has analyzed over 1.5 trillion lines of code used in hundreds of thousands of web and mobile applications and come up with the following key findings:
Applications built with web scripting languages have a way higher vulnerability rate in such classes as cross-site scripting and SQL injection than .NET and Java-based applications;
All mobile applications have a much higher rate of cryptographic issues compared to web apps: 87% for Android and 80% for iOS;
Applications written in different programming languages have differing OWASP Top 10 pass rates, i.e.
In 2014, mobile app usage accounted for 86% of time spent on mobile devices, up 6% from the year before, according to the Fire Eye report.