Access your mobile applications to identify vulnerabilities specific to mobile computing environments, such as those defined by the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and other emerging industry standards.
Mobile apps have gained popularity as they provide even more convenience when it comes to daily schedule. It has already advanced to the state where mobile applications are included in the list of service companies that support business processes and business growth.
As a good example, financial institutions provide mobile applications to users, allowing them to carry out any banking activity, such as transferring funds and paying bills. Due to the nature of activities and services performed by multiple users, mobile application penetration testing will help uncover unwanted vulnerabilities that exist in the mobile application itself.
In a nutshell, from a secure business perspective, protecting your mobile applications will increase users' level of trust in the services provided, and in turn, protect the confidentiality of both users and the service provider.
OWASP Mobile Security has been incorporated into standard operating procedures, making full use of both manual testing and automated technology to identify security flaws.