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5 Steps for End-to-End Mobile Security with Consumer Apps
 

5 Steps for End-to-End Mobile Security with Consumer Apps

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Delivering services to consumers via mobile apps is essential for differentiation and competitiveness in today’s business climate. But as more services are exposed, more risk is incurred – putting mobile app security at the top of the list for any security professional.

While strict BYOD policies, device-level security and application management solutions may fit enterprise requirements, the privacy and usability implications of these approaches are likely to negatively affect the consumer experience.

This webinar, presented by Tyson Whitten of CA Technologies and Leif Bildoy of CA Layer 7, will explain how enterprises can secure services exposed by mobile apps in a way that satisfies internal security requirements without impacting the user experience for external consumers.

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    5 Steps for End-to-End Mobile Security with Consumer Apps 5 Steps for End-to-End Mobile Security with Consumer Apps Presentation Transcript

    • 5 Steps for End-to-End Mobile App Security with Consumer Apps Tyson Whitten Mobile Security Product Marketing - CA Technologies Leif Bildoy CA Layer 7 Product Management - CA Technologies February 20, 2014 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Housekeeping Leif Bildoy Tyson Whitten Leif.Bildoy@ca.com Tyson.Whitten@ca.com CA Technologies CA Technologies layer7.com & security.com layer7.com/blogs @layer7 & @CASecurity Layer 7 & CATechnologies 2 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. Chat questions into the sidebar or use hashtag: #L7webinar
    • Mobile Growth Continues $77B Mobile app revenue generated by 2017 ? ... It’s An App, Happy World • Gartner. “Predicts 2014: Apps, Personal Cloud and Data Analytics Will Drive New Consumer Interactions.” Stephanie Baghdassarian, Brian Blau, Jessica Ekholm, Sandy Shen. November 22, 2013. 3 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Mobile Growth Continues 82% 40 268B Time spent with apps Average apps per device Mobile app downloads by 2017 vs. browsers ... It’s An App, Happy World • Harvard Business Review, “For Mobile Devices, Think Apps, Not Ads”, Sunil Gupta, Head of HBR Marketing. March 2013. • Gartner. “Predicts 2014: Apps, Personal Cloud and Data Analytics Will Drive New Consumer Interactions.” Stephanie Baghdassarian, Brian Blau, Jessica Ekholm, Sandy Shen. November 22, 2013. 4 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Everyone is working on a mobility revenue strategy Zillow Mobile App RealQuest.com Device GPS DiverseSolutions.com Owner Input WalkScore.com GeoScan.com 5 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Mobility Form Factors Power Innovation Nike+ Mobile App 6 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Consumer App Security Risks Protected Health Information (PHI) sync 7 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • How to Achieve End-to-End Security for Consumer Apps  App Risk  Understanding the Solution Landscape  Securing the backend  Protecting the app  Maintaining the user experience 8 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Step #1: Identify Risk Level of Your Apps IP, NPI, PHI & PII WHAT Business impact WHERE Likelihood of a threat WHO 9 Risk level = Business impact reserved. © 2014 CA. All rights Likelihood of a threat
    • What Consumer App Security Solutions are Available? Control the App by controlling the device 10 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Step #2: Understand Where MDM/MAM Fits Features Enterprise Consumer Authentication   Authorization   Social Login   SSO   Encryption (inmotion, atrest)   11 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Step #2: Understand Where MDM/MAM Fits Features Enterprise Consumer Authentication   Authorization   Social Login   SSO   Encryption (inmotion, atrest)   Device Management Policies (camera, GPS, etc)  - BYOD Policies not for Consumer Scenarios 12 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • What does that leave for App Solutions? Web API Web Browser 13 Native App © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Understanding APIs are Core to Consumer Apps Web API Web Browser 14 Native App © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Step #3: Securing the App starting with the API Threats Composite Apps Malicious Apps 15 Performance Developer Access © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • What about the Other End? API API API 16 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Step #4: How Secure App Development Complements API Security User Apps 17 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. Devices
    • Step #4: How Secure App Development Complements API Security Name Address Email Group UserID Phone number Password User Package name Managed Group Name Screen Size Signer App mix AppID SW Permissions HW version Footprint SW version Apps HW Accelerated 18 DeviceID © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. Devices
    • Step #4: How Secure App Development Complements API Security Name Address Email Group UserID Martial Status Phone number Social Graph Password User Package name Name Screen Size AppID HW version Apps SW version DeviceID 19 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. Devices
    • Step #4: How Secure App Development Complements API Security OAuth + OpenID Connect + PKI  Profiled for mobile  Clear distinction between device, user and app username/password ID Token (JWT Or SM Session Cookie A B C Per app Access Token/Refresh Token Certificate Signing Request MAG Signed Cert 20 Authorization Server © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Step #4: How Secure App Development Complements API Security Two-factor Auth Social Login Single Sign-On 21 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Securing the Mobile App to the Backend API Mutual SSL Mutual SSL API API Fine-grained API Access Control Threat Protection Two-factor Auth Social Login Single Sign-On 22 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. API
    • Step #5: How the Right End-to-End Mobile Security Solution Improves the User Experience Social Login APIs API A B C SSO The Right Combination of Content & Security Features 23 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Mobile Access Gateway 24 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Mobile SDK – Simplified & secure consumption of APIs  Leverage mobile OS security to create a secure sign-on container  Standards based OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, and JWT  Secure provisioning through CA Layer 7 Mobile Access Gateway  Client-side libraries implementing common security aspects – iOS 6/7, Android 4.x & Adobe PhoneGap – Easy-to-use device API for adding app to SSO session and mutual SSL – Single API call to leverage cryptographic security, OAuth, OpenID Connect, and JWT – SDK with sample code & documentation 25 © 2014 CA. All rights reserved. Layer 7 Mobile Single Sign On Solution is a complete end-to-end standards-based security solution.
    • CA Technologies Provides Unique Capabilities to Meet the Evolving Needs of the Open Enterprise End-to-End Mobile Security Accelerate secure application delivery: Build, Deploy & Secure Convenience 26 Balance Security and User Convenience © 2014 CA. All rights reserved.
    • Questions?
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