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Massive Financial Mobile App Security Holes that Might Drive Customers to Hiding Cash Under Mattresses

Alissa Knight (Senior Analyst, Aite Group)

Location: Grand Ballroom G

Date: Thursday, May 23

Time: 4:30pm - 5:20pm

Pass type: All Access, Conference - Get your pass now!

Track/Topic: Security

Format: Conference Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Mobile apps create a monumental assailable attack surface for financial services companies that few of them, if any, are paying attention to. In this session, learn how attackers are exploiting mobile apps in a range of exploits against financial institutions or their customers – including account takeovers, synthetic identity fraud, credit application fraud, identity theft, gift card cracking, credential stuffing, reward program abuse, and money laundering.

This session details 11 different categories of vulnerabilities in financial services mobile apps (and which types of finance organizations are the greatest offenders when it comes to releasing vulnerable code). Development teams, chief information security officers, chief privacy officers, chief risk officers, and other senior business leaders in finance will leave better-informed on the threats and how they can respond to these threats today.

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