Software Security

Licel introduces Alice, a telemetry system that reveals the cyber threats facing apps in real time.

The worldwide application security organization, Licel, reported the appearance of their most recent item this week. In a universe of ever-changing dangers to application security, Alice portrays the everyday security chances that applications face.

One of the results of COVID-19 has been a climb in the quantity of modern digital assaults. Programmers have hoped to misuse individuals' dependence on direction from specialists.

Furthermore, 2020 has additionally observed applications take on much more noteworthy significance in an undeniably far off world. The blend of these two patterns implies that vigorous application security is as imperative as it's consistently been. However, as Licel CEO Ivan Kinash clarifies, there's additionally a developing craving from organizations to comprehend what the most hazardous digital dangers are.

"App protection products such as our own, DexProtector, do a fine job of protecting apps from bad actors. But this year we've also seen an increase in demand for a sophisticated, real-time platform that allows businesses to respond to attacks quickly. For some companies, their app is now their most important asset. And as such, it's crucial for them to know how the threat landscape around that app is evolving."

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