To thrive in today’s connected business arena, your apps and employees need Internet access—and increasingly, that access is through mobile devices. In fact, more people worldwide have mobile devices than use toothbrushes.1 It’s no surprise that mobile devices are doubly appealing to hackers for personal and business data.
IBM Application Security Services helps you assess your current and future web use requirements and then provides the layered security protection designed to address today’s worst threats. Businesses and users alike can protect themselves by applying basic security best practices around passwords, network segmentation and security-rich software development.
1IBM study: “The Mobile Enterprise: Engaging at the moment of awareness”
Protect the device
Use technologies such as mobile device management and enterprise mobility management solutions
Protect the application
Separate personal and employee data with containerization, sandboxing and application-level security
Protect the transaction
Help ensure that transactions can be protected from rooted and jailbroken devices, fraudsters and mobile malware
What we offer
Assess your application vulnerability to help improve data and network security
Help reduce security risks to your mobile and web applications with a cloud-based solution
Identify application security gaps earlier in the development cycle to help reduce costs and risk
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This complimentary vulnerability assessment is a great first step if you’re not ready for a complete penetration test. Scan 10 different IP addresses once a week for three weeks, and check results on our security-rich, web-based portal.
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