Webinar "Best Practices for Securing Your Mobile Apps"
January 9th, 2019 | By Jscrambler | 2 min read
The development of mobile apps has come a long way since its growth spurt in 2010.
While the fact remains that the industry keeps growing at a steady pace, in the last few years, the landscape of mobile development has been shaped by trends such as blockchain, AI, AR, and VR.
As mobile applications grow in complexity and amass users by the millions, we have seen a parallel rise in the number of attacks and data breaches in mobile apps. In the second half of 2018 alone, incidents with the mobile apps of Air Canada and British Airways resulted in data breaches affecting 400,000 users.
Security has become a leading concern for mobile application development.
The Webinar: Mobile App Security
The growing need for employing proper security measures during the mobile development process has led to this in-depth webinar on the Best Practices for Securing Your Mobile Apps.
The webinar, hosted by Rob Lauer, Senior Manager at Progress, will provide an in-depth look into which strategies can be applied to increase the overall security of mobile apps.
We will cover secure authentication and authorization, storing encrypted data safely, and protecting the app's source code.
Pedro Fortuna, Jscrambler's CTO, will address the problem of securing the app's source code.
Pedro will showcase how the client side of mobile applications can be exploited to tamper with the code or reverse-engineer it using a sample NativeScript app. Then, you will also see how to protect the source code of a NativeScript app using Jscrambler and how this protected app becomes protected against all sorts of tampering and reverse-engineering attempts.
The webinar will also feature two other notable speakers, including:
Alex Ziskind, Technical Director at Nuvious;
TJ VanToll, Principal Developer Advocate at NativeScript
You can register for the webinar for free, so be sure to register ASAP and reserve your seat for January 23 at 11 a.m. ET.
In the meantime, protect your app and prosper!
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