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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of December 31

January 4 · Issue #134 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
Happy New Year! We hope 2019 is your best year yet.
Curious what’s in store for mobile appsec and DevSecOps in the future? If so, you’ll want to register for our upcoming January 23 webinar, “Mobile App Security Predictions 2019,” where NowSecure executives and experts will highlight the trends and threats they feel will most affect the mobile appsec landscape this year.
Here are just a few predictions from NowSecure staff to start your new year. What are your predictions for mobile app security throughout 2019? We’d love to hear from you and share those during our webinar later this month.
Your highlights for the week are as follows:
  • Android apps transmit personal data to Facebook
  • Automation will improve application security
  • New USB-C authentication enforces charger and cable compliance
  • Twitter flaw leaves accounts susceptible to SMS attack
  • IoT vulnerability enables hackers to control hot tubs

Most Android apps are sending data to Facebook even if you don’t have an account | Yahoo News
Automation to take center stage in application security | ComputerWorld Hong Kong
USB-C Authentication certification stops security attacks through malicious chargers | iDB
Twitter is Broken | The AntiSocial Engineer
Internet-Connected Hot Tubs Can Be Hacked and Controlled Remotely | Digital Trends
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