Appthority provides the industry’s first all-in-one App Risk Management service that employs static, dynamic and behavioral analysis to immediately discover the hidden actions of apps and empower organizations to apply custom policies to prevent unwanted app behaviors. Only Appthority combines the largest global database of analyzed public and private apps with advanced policy management tools to automate control over risky app actions and protect corporate data.
Latest NewsApril 17, 2014
Security Chat with Domingo Guerra, president and co-founder of AppthorityRead More »
I'd be curious to hear any general thoughts you have on market trends...
Guerra: According to Gartner, by 2015, the number of employees using mobile applications in the workplace will double. More organizations are adopting a Mobile First strategy, to support employees who are using the mobile device as their primary computer more and more. Employees are, on average, downloading 50-200 apps from the millions of apps in the global app ecosystem onto devices that are connecting to the corporate network. The cost and complexity of manually managing app risk policy functions is enormous, so there is a strong need for technology that can mitigate the risks apps bring into the enterprise.
App Risk Management BlogApril 11, 2014
Malware has recently been portrayed as the principal villain in the mobile app security narrative. Although a contributor, malware is not the primary threat to user privacy or enterprise security on mobile devices. Rather the risky behavior that is present within the apps and knowingly (or unknowingly) downloaded is a far greater mobile threat. One of the most commonly overlooked yet prevalent of these risky behaviors is data mining.Read More »
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The Appthority service now allows IT administrators the flexibility to create and manage mobile app policies by company department, by geography or even by device type - whether company or employee owned.
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Winter 2014 App Reputation Report
The new report analyzes the behaviors of the top 400 iOS and Android apps to assess the state of mobile app security and identify trends impacting consumers.
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