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Securing Mobile Apps with Multi-Layered Security Strategies for Emerging Threats

Securing Mobile Apps with Multi-Layered Security Strategies for Emerging Threats

With increasingly complex threats, protecting sensitive user data within mobile apps is critical. This article explores the ever-changing mobile threat landscape and unveils how a multi-layered security approach can effectively shield your mobile apps from emerging threats.

Protecting Mobile App from Malware and Cyber Threats

Protecting Mobile App from Malware and Cyber Threats

Discover essential security measures to fortify your app and safeguard user data. Learn how to prevent malware, cyber threats, and build trust with a comprehensive mobile security strategy.

Malware Protection for Mobile Applications

Malware Protection for Mobile Applications

Safeguard your mobile apps from malware and other malicious threats with comprehensive malware protection solutions for mobile applications.

Collaboration and security-focused approach of DevSecOps with SecIron's technology

DevSecOps: Strengthening Mobile App Security in an Evolving Threat Landscape

Explore how DevSecOps enhances mobile app security, integrating robust protection throughout development in today's rapidly evolving threat landscape.

Safeguarding Against Evolving Malware Threats

Safeguarding Against Evolving Malware Threats

Discover the state of malware landscape in Southeast Asia (SEA) and how to protect your mobile applications from malware threats.

SecIron on CIO Outlook about Innovating Security in Mobile App Development

Innovating Security in Mobile App Development

SecIron discusses the challenges and new waves of threats faced in today's mobile app security and the need to address these gaps on APAC CIO Outlook.

Securing Mobile Applications Against Banking Trojan Malware Attacks

Securing Mobile Applications Against Banking Trojan Malware Attacks

Learn to protect your mobile applications from banking trojan malware attacks with the latest security solutions.

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How Do You Know If Your Smartphone Has Been Hacked

Malware is malicious software that is designed with the intent to infiltrate your smartphone and cause harm.

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Data Protection – An Ultimate Guide

Data protection is essential for any organization that collects, stores, or handles sensitive data to prevent hacking, phishing, or identity theft frauds.

10 signs that your mobile device is compromised

10 signs that your mobile device is compromised

Malware is malicious software that is designed with the intent to infiltrate your smartphone and cause harm.

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SecIron Is Now Compatible for HuaWei’s HarmonyOS Based Applications

SecIron is one of the first security solutions provider that will be able to provide hardening technology for Huawei HarmonyOS mobile application.

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How To Protect Mobile Devices Against Click-Fraud

This shows the necessity of protecting your application with an enhanced anti-root mechanism.

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SecIron named as Top 10 Mobile Application Security Solutions Providers 2023 by APAC CIO Outlook

SecIron named as Top 10 Mobile Application Security Solutions Providers by APAC CIO Outlook

Computer Union and SecIron partnership to enter mobile application security

SecIron joins forces with Computer Union to enter the Mobile Application Security market in Thailand

SecIron and Computer Union partner up to revolutionize Thailand's Mobile Application Security landscape, providing cutting-edge solutions for a safer digital experience.

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SecIron Ties up With CyberSecurity Malaysia to Boost Mobile App Security

SecIron announced a strategic alliance with Cybersecurity Malaysia (CSM) to boost awareness about the importance of securing mobile applications and IoT systems among businesses in Malaysia.

How a mobile network provider detect mobile app security gaps through vulnerability diagnosis

Detecting Mobile App Security Gaps through Vulnerability Diagnosis

Discover how a mobile network provider detect mobile app security gaps through vulnerability diagnosis.

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Third-party Payment Company

A Europe global developer and vendor of open digital payment solution has faced challenge in Android mobile application security risk. SecIron has helped to protect their mobile application and SDK then passed the penetration test with good result.

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A Korean Gaming Company

One of the top 5 gaming company in South Korea is constantly facing game cracking and cheating issue. It causes them revenue loss. SecIron has helped to protect their game such that hackers find it difficult to hack and give up.

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One of Top Bank in Taiwan

SecIron's code-less innovative security solutions provided a quick, hassle-free and time-to-market solution for one of the Top Banks in Taiwan.

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Mobile App Security Knowledge Base: Social Engineering Attack

This article discusses mobile application security and the threats of social engineering attacks, the stages and five most common social engineering techniques with tips on how to protect oneself from social engineering attacks.

Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) - The Next Step Up To App Security

Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) – The Next Step Up To App Security

The article discusses the increasing threat of cyberattacks on applications and the need for effective application security measures with concept of Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP).

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Man in The Middle (MiTM) Attack – Everything You Need to Know

Learn about man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks, a type of cyber threat where attackers interrupt data transfer or existing conversations, aiming to gain access to personal information such as credit card details, account numbers, and login credentials.