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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of January 28

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It's been an engaging, inspiring and somewhat tiring week for NowSecure as employees from around the
 
February 1 · Issue #138 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
It’s been an engaging, inspiring and somewhat tiring week for NowSecure as employees from around the globe gathered in New Orleans to plan for the year ahead. We discussed product roadmap, enhancements to our services programs and heard great feedback from customers about how they’re using our solutions to ensure the security of their mobile apps.
Your highlights for the week are as follows:
  • Users still await fix for major FaceTime security flaw
  • Facebook faces fallout from another data privacy scandal
  • Android Q may allow IT managers to downgrade app versions
  • Apple restores Google’s access to internal iOS apps
  • New York Attorney General enforces mobile app security

Apple apologizes for massive FaceTime flaw, says fix now coming next week | CNBC
Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them | TechCrunch
Next Android OS might allow app downgrade. This is a BIG deal. | Computerworld
Apple restores Google’s own internal iPhone apps after privacy brouhaha | Ars Technica
N.Y. Attorney General Enforces Mobile App Security Initiative, Announces Settlements with Five Companies | National Law Review
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