NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of November 26





November 30 · Issue #131 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
A decade after the inception of the DevOps movement, the practice has transformed many organizations and is beginning to take hold in others. Here at NowSecure, we too have embarked on a DevOps journey with our mobile appsec testing solutions.
Successful initiatives to secure DevOps start by gaining a better understanding of other’s roles and responsibilities outside of your own team. Once those bridges are built, communication and transformation happen much more quickly. 
We recently sat down with our own Senior Vice President of Development and Engineering, Jeff Fairman, to learn more about mobile DevOps engineer perspective on a broad range of topics, including a typical schedule to DevOps toolchains and metrics. Follow the discussion here.
Your highlights for the week are as follows:
  • Marriott discloses massive database breach dating back to 2014
  • Dozens of Android apps implicated in multi-million ad fraud scheme
  • NowSecure releases CircleCI Orb to plug into the dev pipeline
  • More than half of smartphone users have suffered from data loss
  • Hackers access Dunkin’ Donuts rewards program passwords

Marriott reveals massive database breach affecting up to 500 million hotel guests | The Verge
These Hugely Popular Android Apps Have Been Committing Ad Fraud Behind Users’ Backs | BuzzFeed
How to automate and secure your mobile dev pipeline with CircleCI and NowSecure | CircleCI
User Confidence in Smartphone Security Abysmal | Threatpost
Dunkin' says some DD Perks accounts may have been hacked | CNBC
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