Mobile App Security

Ticking Mobile App Security Off The Risk List

The risk environment for businesses is forever changing. Just when you thought you have dealt with the latest major business risk; another issue seems to come blaring around the corner. The past 18 months has already seen bushfires and COVID-19 wreak havoc on businesses’ supply chains, against a backdrop of changing regulations, ongoing trade wars,…

App Security

Are you ready for digital Identity?

A friend was recently burgled and had a bunch of documents stolen by the thieves who were as interested in identity theft as selling an old tablet and gaming console at the local pub. One of the documents that was stolen was a passport. And that led my friend into a complex journey of proving…

Quixxi App Security

Quixxi Security awarded ‘Best Enterprise Product or Service’ at IAMAI 9th India Digital Awards

India, January 23, 2019.  Quixxi, the leading end-to-end mobile app solution for security and analytics has been awarded “Best enterprise product or service” in the prestigious IAMAI’s 9th India Digital Awards. The winners were announced on 21st January 2019 at the flagship annual event of IAMAI – India Digital Summit, one of the largest annual gatherings of the…

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Why mobile app security matters in the age of IoT

Why mobile app security matters in the age of IoT Fifty billion. Think about that number. It’s seven times bigger than the planet’s entire population at the moment. That’s how many devices will be connected to the internet by the time you’ve had another five birthdays. Clearly, the vast majority of those devices won’t be…

Android Malware

How Android malware sneaks past Google Play Protect

How Android Malware sneaks past the Google Play Protect Hackers have distributed malware to hundreds of thousands of Android users by hiding it inside a series of apparently harmless apps. They are accomplishing this by using a technique called Dropper. A dropper is a program/script, that has been designed to “install” a type of malware…