What is Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) & How is it Used for Mobile Security?
The more we use our mobile devices and the more sensitive assets and services they access, the more they will be targeted by cyber criminals.
Cyber attackers target mobile devices and apps constantly, and they succeed with regularity. Attackers have repeatedly shown the ability to exploit vulnerabilities, create fake WiFi networks, and deploy malicious apps in order to compromise mobile devices.
More than ever, it is essential to stop attacks when they’re happening. That’s why runtime application self-protection (RASP) has emerged as an urgent requirement for mobile app providers. Mobile RASP solutions operate while applications are running. They are designed to search for, detect, and block cyberattacks.
Through robust RASP mobile security, teams can gain enhanced threat visibility and enable mobile apps to defend themselves against attacks during runtime.