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Build Secure Mobile Travel & Transportation Apps

In this Build Secure Mobile Travel & Transportation Apps blog series, we’ll share our mobile security research and cover the top attacks and threats against Android & iOS apps. Learn to prevent mobile app security breaches, data breaches, mobile fraud and malware exploits in mobile travel, airline, hotel and transportation apps. Understanding and defending against the growing diversity of mobile exploits and attacks is critical to ensuring mobile business integrity and an amazing mobile experience for all mobile users.

We’ll also share DevOps CI/CD and Data-Driven DevSecOps™ best practices, and highlight key operational and industry insights, to help you achieve mobile DevSecOps agility and follow mobile app protection best practices in CI/CD.

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Blog Preventing Mobile Click Fraud Before It Starts

Preventing Mobile Click-Fraud Before It Starts

Fraudsters using a wide array of click fraud tools will only sour the holiday mood more. In this blog, I will discuss how app makers can prevent mobile click fraud and stop this real world Grinch story from becoming a reality.

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Blog Preventing Mobile Click Fraud Before It Starts

Preventing Mobile Click-Fraud Before It Starts

Fraudsters using a wide array of click fraud tools will only sour the holiday mood more. In this blog, I will discuss how app makers can prevent mobile click fraud and stop this real world Grinch story from becoming a reality.

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Blog Top 3 Ways Screen Overlay Attacks Are Used for Mobile Fraud

How Attackers Use Overlay Attacks to Commit Mobile Fraud

A Screen Overlay Attack (sometimes also called Clickjacking) is an attack method whereby bad actors and fraudsters uses multiple transparent or opaque layers to trick a user into clicking on a button…