‘A quarter of mobile apps include flaws that expose sensitive personal or corporate data that can be used for illicit purposes. And the security of a mobile app has a lot to do with a user’s impression of its quality.
Fixing vulnerabilities in the late stages of your build-and-deploy cycle is a hassle, and more expensive. You’ve got to switch contexts, dig through code you haven’t thought about in weeks (or didn’t develop in the first place), and delay progress on your latest sprint.
So, what can you, the savvy Android developer, do to get security right the first time around and save yourself work later?
Or, if you’re a security practitioner, how can you give security guidance up front to help your colleagues on the development team work more efficiently?
Watch this webinar to find out!’
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