OWASP vulnerabilities: When mobile applications can’t withstand attacks

Posted by Roxane Suau on May 03, 2018

Mobile apps are now on top of our digital consumption and they process data from millions of users all around the globe every day. The growing request of renewal and immediacy pushes organizations to create applications at a very fast pace, leaving behind the security tests.

 

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GDPR: Is your Mobile Framework compliant?

Posted by Roxane Suau on April 26, 2018

It’s been two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was announced. Its enforcement is less than one month away and still, only 40% of companies think they’ll be ready in time. Pradeo leverages its expertise to help organizations ensuring their mobile framework does not endanger their GDPR compliance.

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Pradeo launches a GDPR toolset for companies to diagnose their mobile framework against the regulation

Posted by Roxane Suau on April 18, 2018

 

At a time when GDPR has become a major focus for companies, Pradeo aims at providing readability by highlighting personal data manipulated through the mobile framework and drawing a clear path towards GDPR-compliance. For its fourth participation to the RSA Conference, Pradeo announces the launch of a GDPR toolset as part of its PRADEO SECURITY solution.

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Mobile Data, a Structuring Piece of Organizations GDPR compliance [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Roxane Suau on March 22, 2018

The digital transformation has created a cloud-first and mobile-first world, greatly increasing the amount of mobile data transiting between mobile devices, computers, servers, etc. As a result of companies digitalizing their frameworks and services, corporate and personal data are now extensively accessed by mobile devices. This evolution is exposing them to a whole new range of risks: Malware, data leakage, vulnerabilities, network exploits, etc.

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Blockchain: The cybersecurity revolution with its strengths and weaknesses

Posted by Clément Saad on March 08, 2018

Sometimes it's unfortunate that technical terms, often with technological input, are emptied of meaning by inappropriate marketing uses. It has been some time since I gave up fighting the misuse of the term "innovation" and now deplore the overuse of artificial intelligence.

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