27 - 04 - 2021
When thinking about your mobile phones, most people do not perceive it as a real threat factor as, in fact, your phone is constantly at significant risk of being a target of hackers. Also, it probably has more sensitive information about you, personal and business data than your computer.
In the attempts to infect your mobile devices, cybercriminals constantly monitor the most popular apps and topics currently in demand and use this as bait for potential victims.
In order to adequately protect your mobile phones and data, which is located on the device, you need to act proactively. If you want to be ahead of the game, you need to use RASP.
RASP is a Runtime Application Self-Protection which means it is software that watches your software run. RASP can see if someone is attacking your mobile apps, and it can do something about it. RASP runs in two modes – diagnostic and self-protection. Diagnostic mode periodically or on-demand monitors calls to the application and activates an alarm if suspicious behavior is detected. Self-protection mode stops the threat by terminating the user’s session by preventing the application from running.
RASP configuration can be set up in various modes that are predefined via the RASP portal. This portal also enables modifications on RASP, which are done on the fly when online implementation is selected. If you only opt-in for offline implementation, the RASP portal is not necessary.
Another great benefit of using the RASP portal is that it can collect security events and create reports based on that information.
RASP portal is a solution developed by Asseco that offers a unique user management experience and more RASP configuration options. To take the best out of it for your business, contact us for a consultation call.
RASP is different from other security solutions because it keeps track of how your apps are behaving and the context of that behavior. When the app starts having an unusual behavior, RASP immediately stops the application, mitigating all the potential risks, and starts sending alerts to your team and mobile device user. This is done entirely without any human intervention.
One other thing RASP can do is to distinguish actual attacks and legitimate requests for information - this reduces false positives.
The answer is simple – no. RASP operates as a separate and self-sufficient SDK on application run-time. It doesn’t require any changes to your mobile phone applications, and you do not need to worry about slowing them down.
RASP fights of mobile application threats such as:
RASP implementation is smooth and easy, assuring that there is:
It can be integrated into old, proprietary applications or new ones.
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