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Improve Mobile DevSecOps agility. Build comprehensive Mobile App Security in Android & iOS apps in a dedicated system, purpose-built to deliver Certified Secure™ Mobile App Security in the CI/CD pipeline. No Code, No SDK. Then, watch mobile app security at work against live attacks and threats in your production mobile apps. In the demo, we’ll show you how to pass any pen test for your Android or iOS apps. 

One Place, All Mobile App Security

Build all the Mobile App Security features you need to protect the mobile business, mobile end users and pass penetration testing. Plug in Appdome's mobile Cyber Defense Automation platform into your existing DevOp CI/CD environment. Deliver runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) application security, anti-tampering, anti-debugging, code obfuscation, in-app AES 256 or FIPS 140-2 data encryption, MiTM Attack Prevention, Certificate Pinning, Jailbreak & Root Detection, and more. No Code, No SDK required.

Better Delivery, Mobile App Security

With a mobile Cyber Defense Automation platform, easily control, audit and orchestrate the release of Mobile App Security features into Android & iOS apps, by-build and by-release. Inside DevOps CI/CD, DevSecOps gets its own system of record to create the mobile app security model, and save, reuse, version, freeze and release the mobile app security model as part of each build of a mobile app in the CI/CD pipeline. Automated app sealing, app signing, user & build logging, Dev-APIs and more make delivery of Mobile App Security in your DevOps CI/CD better.

ThreatScope™ Mobile XDR

With ThreatScope™ Mobile XDR, mobile brands and cyber teams can prove the mobile app security protections that were deployed in Android & iOS apps work against real live attacks and threats happening in production environments. With ThreatScope, mobile developers and cyber teams can also see all attacks and threats, including attacks from hackers, pen testers, malware, fraud and cheats and make data-based decisions on which protections to deploy next.

Certified Secure™ Protection

With Appdome's Certified Secure™ mobile app security certification, every mobile app build is certified-protected with the mobile app security and other protections added to Android & iOS apps inside Appdome's mobile Cyber Defense Automation platform. Certified Secure™ accelerates and upgrades DevSecOps strategies. The certificates are used in "go, no-go" release meetings, compliance verification and to reduce reliance on code scanning and mobile pen testing to prove protections.

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