Mobile devices have become more common now, and the world fits their entire office on the palm of their hands. These devices have invaded the corporate world and also the lives of individuals.
In most fast paced growing organizations Enterprise Mobility and Mobile technologies are taking the center stage of all the operations in the enterprises.
Companies are developing more and more mobile apps to as well. Thus comes the need to test and secure such mobile apps. Just as a most companies are dependent on their web applications for a portion of revenue, the same is the case when it comes to mobile apps. These applications are also public facing thus need to be made secure to protect from attacks such as data breaches etc.
In most fast paced growing organizations Enterprise Mobility and Mobile technologies are taking the center stage of all the operations in the enterprises. The use of mobile applications has increased ever since the introduction of smartphones and open platforms. This has made the technology widely accessible, if not implemented with proper security architecture, these mobile applications become vulnerable to many critical security vulnerabilities which can jeopardize the confidentiality and integrity of the data being stored and the complete mobile phones.
The primary objective for a mobile application penetration test is to identify exploitable vulnerabilities in code, system, application, databases, Api’s etc before the actual hackers are able to discover and exploit them. While conducting these tests in a controlled environment we are able to reveal real-world loopholes for hackers, who would be able to compromise application and databases in such a way that allows for unauthorized access to sensitive data or even take-over application for malicious/non-business purposes.