Mobile Compliance, Delivered
Mobile banking, mobile shopping and gaming apps need advanced protections to guarantee transactions and ensure data privacy. Appdome allows mCommerce Android and iOS app developers to protect mobile apps from all vectors of attack, including the and protect against the OWASP Top 10 Mobile Threats, and comply with PCI, PSD2, GDPR and other mobile regulations and fast, no code or coding required.
Key Benefits for Mobile Compliance
“Appdome’s cloud-based fusion process enables the integration of compliance,
security, mobility, Single-Sign On (SSO), mobile identity, VPN and
analytics solutions, without coding…any purpose the customer chooses.”
“This product allows mobile app ISVs and enterprise developers to easily integrate
management, security and other SDKs from multiple vendors.”
“The cloud-based service accelerates mobility projects
and allows multiple functions to be combined with a single app.”
“Appdome fuses applications with additional security policies, such as anti-tampering and code obfuscation.
I&O pros can also quickly add one or multiple EMM-specific SDKs to mobile apps,
which speeds delivery and drives down costs.”
Mobile Apps in
Appdome leads the market in ensuring mobile compliance and improving mobile apps used in financial services and mobile banking. Learn how these organizations are using Appdome to deliver great mobile apps to internal and external users and meet FINRA and other requirements.
Mobile Apps, Regulation – Ready in Seconds
Satisfy regulatory requirements in Android and iOS apps quickly.
Create fully compliant mobile apps easily.
in Law Firms
in Law Firms
Appdome ensures that law firms can trust the mobile apps used for productivity, timekeeping, secure document production and sharing, communication, record storage and more. Learn how law firms use Appdome to improve mobile apps and ensure mobile compliance without sacrificing usability.
Our Recent Compliance Blog Posts
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