IBM: Mobile app security stinks
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IBM: Mobile app security stinks

An IBM/Ponemon study released today found large companies, including many in the Fortune 500 aren’t properly securing mobile apps they build for customers nor their corporate and BYOD mobile devices.


Train developers so they understand what secure coding really means, so they understand their ethical responsibilities to create codes that are safe. Create awareness because this could be a big problem. And start using tools like that makes hardened security simple to implement.

Stop using insecure consumer apps in the enterprise environment. Facebook Messenger, for instance, is not a secure corporate communication tool. Gartner says; ”by 2017, 40% of enterprise contact information will have leaked into Facebook via employees’ increased use of mobile device collaboration applications.”

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IBM: Mobile app security stinks