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McGraw: Mobile app security issues demand trustworthy computingDate: Mar 08, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO -- When it comes to mobile app security, the industry is going in circles, according to Gary McGraw.
McGraw, noted application security expert and chief technology officer of Cigital Inc., said improving the many mobile app security issues enterprises face today involves applying the same trustworthy computing philosophies that have helped improve desktop computer security.
In this video, recorded at the 2013 RSA Conference, McGraw explains his "trusted on busted" concept and the three biggest fundamental issues affecting enterprise mobile security, his ambivalence on the use of enterprise app stores and his analysis of today's Java security issues.