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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of June 4th

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Many felt underwhelmed by Apple WWDC 2018 announcements on Monday, but a refined iOS 12, along with m
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
Many felt underwhelmed by Apple WWDC 2018 announcements on Monday, but a refined iOS 12, along with many other valuable updates, is still pretty interesting. Join us Tuesday, June 12th @ 1 PM CT for an iOS 12 Preview - including top ways NowSecure experts project iOS 12 will affect mobile app security testing.  
Your highlights from the mobile app security world this week include:
  • NowSecure reaches new milestone for Apple mobile app security testing
  • Microsoft buys into developer-first market, acquires Github
  • Android’s latest security bulletin is here
  • Apple announces iOS to Mac porting capabilities by next year
  • Smartphones become target of choice for spies given they hold more valuable personal data than computers
  • Android P lets users know when an app wants access to call logs or phone numbers 
  • And more!
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Introducing Jailed Testing with NowSecure | NowSecure
Android P: More power for enterprises | Google
When GitHub met Microsoft: Good for enterprise DevOps? | TechBeacon
The future of the Mac comes from iOS apps | The Verge
Android Security Bulletin: Everything you need to know! | Android Central
Mobile-Phone Malware Is Rising. Blame Spies. | WSJ
New permission group in Android P makes it clear when apps want to read call log or phone number | XDA Developers
Amazon will stop selling connected toy filled with security issues | CNET
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