Mobile App Security

June 19, 2019

We all use mobile apps everyday, and the sheer number of apps available in app stores continues to grow. This makes them a highly attractive target to mobile app hackers looking to exploit users sensitive personal information. So how secure is your mobile app? Users are constantly sharing this personal information with apps when they log-in, make transactions, and share their location data. Hackers certainly don’t have a shortage of mobile devices to target either, with 1 out of every 36 being compromised by a mobile security threat. Compromised devices can give these hackers access to the microphones, cameras, and GPS data.

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