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Media and entertainment companies have riskier mobile apps

5 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

As the world increasingly turns to mobile devices to access the internet and conduct business, so firms are eager to put out their own apps. But new research from security ratings company BitSight reveals that many companies may be rushing out apps that have vulnerabilities which could lead to data leakage, privilege abuse, unencrypted personally identifiable information , and credential theft. BitSight examined representative samples of more than 1,000 companies in five industry sectors that offer mobile applications on iOS and Android. It found over half of the companies studied in the...
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