NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of February 25





March 1 · Issue #141 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
If you’re packing your suitcase to attend RSA Conference 2019 next week, don’t leave behind our recommendations for the best AppSec and DevSecOps sessions. As a reminder, RSAC attendees are encouraged to reserve a seat in advance for their preferred sessions.
NowSecure is excited to co-sponsor the official DevSecOps Day on Monday. Please join us there and reach out to book a meeting with a member of our team to discuss your application security challenges. We hope to see you there!
Your highlights for the week are as follows:
  • TikTok fined $5.7 million for collecting data from children
  • Android gains certification for the FIDO2 authentication
  • Several apps share personal data with Facebook
  • Gain tips for making your mobile app GDPR compliant
  • Healthcare providers tap Apple Health app to store medical records
As NowSecure seeks to deliver content of value to the community, today marks the final issue of MobSec5. We are replacing it with an exciting new bi-weekly curated email newsletter called “All Things Mobile App DevSecOps” which will help you stay current on the latest trends and useful resources to build, test and deploy secure mobile apps faster. Please watch for it in your inbox next week.

Tik Tok hit with record fine for collecting data on children | CNN
Google aims for password-free app and site logins on Android | We Live Security
Health Apps Caught Sharing Personal Data With Facebook | ExtremeTech
Steps To Make Your Mobile App GDPR Compliant in 2019 | Mobile App Daily
Trusting Apple With Health Records. Can Apple Live Up To Privacy Values? | NPR
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