News & Events:
Why app sec and QA testing teams need to partner?
September 10, 2018
Spending hours analyzing a single issue is highly inefficient for QA teams, which often might need to run through thousands of use cases per release, said Himanshu Dwivedi, founder and CEO of Data Theorem. “The problem is perspective. While the difference seems subtle, it is a world of difference.” For their part, QA professionals should be thinking about acquiring a broader set of skills, including coding. One place to begin is by developing test automation of all kinds—including unit, functional, nonfunctional, load, and security testing.
Data Theorem Expands Executive Leadership Team and Headquarters Facility to Meet Growing Global Demand for its Modern App Security Solution
September 6, 2018
Data Theorem has expanded its executive leadership team with the addition of Silicon Valley entrepreneurial and technology executive Doug Dooley as its new Chief Operating Officer to help the company meet growing global demand for its modern application security solutions. In addition, the company announced it has moved to a larger headquarters facility to accommodate rapid headcount growth. In addition, the company has moved its corporate headquarters location to 532 Emerson Street, Palo Alto, Calif., where it will begin the new phase of the company’s growth. The new larger facility is equipped to house Data Theorem’s expanding Engineering/R&D, Marketing, Sales and Customer Success teams.
Data Theorem’s TLS Pinning Protects Data from Eavesdropping
July 25, 2018
HelpNet Security covered Data Theorem’s announcement that mobile applications equipped with TrustKit, Data Theorem’s Transport Layer Security (TLS) pinning library, protect the transmission of data. The new level of mobile app security ensures user privacy, maintains data integrity, and blocks unknown attackers. TLS pinning stops eavesdropping and HTTPS man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacks. Accessing medical records or bank statements is safer through mobile apps with TLS pinning than through a hospital or banking website via a web browser.
Mobile Apps Secured With Data Theorem’s TLS Pinning Protect Data From Eavesdropping Better Than Web Browser App Equivalents
July 24, 2018
Data Theorem’s Transport Layer Security (TLS) pinning library, protect the transmission of data better than web applications. The new level of mobile app security ensures user privacy, maintains data integrity, and blocks unknown attackers. TLS pinning stops eavesdropping and HTTPS man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacks. TrustKit delivers protection for data transmission in modern apps superior to security in web browser applications.
Detect Eavesdropping in your Mobile App with TrustKit
July 11, 2018
App Developer Magazine covered the release of the TrustKit Analytics Service, which delivers advanced security insights, including global visualization (geotagging) of the locations with the most eavesdropping attempts. TrustKit Analytics also provides an easy path for customers to avoid irreversible downtime by setting up alerts to prevent malicious domain forging of SSL certificates and early detection of pinning misconfigurations.
Data Theorem’s Mission Is To Analyze And Secure Any Modern Application – Anytime And Anywhere
July 10, 2018
SuperbCrew recently interviewed Data Theorem COO Doug Dooley, following the company’s announcement that its TrustKit solution has identified more than 100 million eavesdropping attempts on iOS and Android applications. The interview also covered the recently released TrustKit Analytics Service.
Data Theorem Identifies more than 100M Eavesdropping Attempts on iOS and Android Applications through Growing TrustKit Community
June 28, 2018
Data Theorem’s TrustKit has identified more than 100 million eavesdropping attempts on iOS and Android applications, where apps in active mode have blocked 100 percent of those attempts. TrustKit, with its growing community of thousands of application developers, is furthering anti-eavesdropping as a new standard in mobile application security.
PayPal CyberSecurity Conference
October 19, 2017
Data Theorem presented at the PayPal CyberSecurity conference in San Jose, CA on Oct 19th, 2017. The presentation, titled “Mobile Application and Your Privacy”, was given to a broad developer auidence, highlighting many of the defensive security features in the PayPal app that were architected by the Data Theorem engineering team.
November 8, 2017
Data Theorem presented at the Microsoft Bluehat Security in Seattle, WA on November 8, 2017. The presentation, titled “Where, how, and why is SSL traffic on mobile getting intercepted?”, showcased the analysis of three million real-world SSL incidents on iOS & Android apps. Full presentation is HERE
JP Morgan Chase Global Mobile Security Summit
April 4, 2017
Data Theorem presented at JP Morgan Chase Global Mobile Security Summit on April 4, 2017. The presentation covered Data Theorem’s security analysis of all apps in the App Store & Google Play.
OWASP AppSec California 2018 Conference
January 30, 2018
Data Theorem will be presenting at the OWASP AppSec Conference in Santa Monica, CA on Jan 30, 2018. The presentation will discuss three million real-world SSL incidents on iOS & Android apps.
August 5, 2015
Data Theorem presented on “TrustKit: Code Injection on iOS8 for the Greater Good.” See full post HERE.
Art into Science
April 3, 2017
Data Theorem presented on “TrustKit: A defensive library to protect communication on mobile apps (iOS + Android)