Endpoint Security , Mobile Application Security , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development

Simplifying the Protection of Mobile Apps - and the Business

AppSealing's Govindraj Basatwar on Threats, Best Practices for Mobile App Security
Govindraj Basatwar, managing director, AppSealing

Mobile applications are an indispensable part of the digital business landscape, but organizations often underestimate the security threats that they pose to the business. To increase mobile security and ensure app resilience, businesses are adopting innovative solutions to shield sensitive data and applications against constantly changing threats, said Govindraj Basatwar, managing director of AppSealing.

"Individuals looking to grasp the safeguarding of their mobile security stance must familiarize themselves with four key aspects: protecting, detecting, responding and predicting," Basatwar said.

To simplify the mobile security process, AppSealing - a sponsor of Information Security Media Group's recent Mumbai Summit - created the "world’s first no-friction, no-code base platform," designed to shield mobile apps from vulnerabilities and threats, including data breaches and malware attacks, Basatwar said.

In this video interview with ISMG during the Mumbai Summit, Basatwar discussed:

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  • The threat landscape for mobile apps;
  • Best practices for app shielding;
  • The build vs. buy dilemma for mobile app security.

Basatwar has been instrumental in driving the success and growth of AppSealing, a mobile application security solutions provider. He focuses on the global market for innovative cloud-based application security, forensic watermarking and multi-DRM solutions.


About the Author

Smruti Gandhi

Smruti Gandhi

Executive Editor, ISMG

Gandhi has more than a decade of experience in community engagement and incubating industry events. She is extremely proactive in building engagements with communities including CEO, CFOs and CIOs. Prior to joining ISMG, she worked with Dun & Bradstreet and Great Place to Work.




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