Do Your Development Tools Make Adding Application Security Easy?

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Do Your Development Tools Make Adding Application Security Easy?


We all know that Security (along with Data Access and Integration, Offline Support and User Experience,) is one of the key considerations when building mobile and web enterprise class applications. Businesses often require data is encrypted in mobile applications. However, adding application security can be difficult if the platform you use doesn't include a security framework. Building mobile app security from scratch can be a huge undertaking, and unless you bake it into the design from the start, integrating data security into a mobile app can be nearly impossible.

There are two questions to think about when selecting a mobile and web development and deployment platform.

1) How comprehensive is the security framework that comes with the platform?

2) Does the platform make it easy and does it encourage you to incorporate security in to your app from the "get go" vs allowing you to "forget" about security till you are well down the development path and therefore may be hesistant to have to redo work you have already done?



More links on security in Alpha --

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http://server.alphasoftware.com/alpha-anywhere-apperian-enterprise-mobile-app-management

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About Author

Richard Rabins
Richard Rabins

Co-founder of Alpha Software, Richard Rabins focuses on strategy, sales, and marketing. Richard also served as CEO of SoftQuad International from 1997 to 2001, when it owned Alpha. In addition to his 30 years with the company, Richard played a key role as co-founder, and served as president and chairman of the Massachusetts Software Council (now the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council), the largest technology trade organization in Massachusetts. Prior to founding Alpha, Richard was a project leader and consultant with Information Resources, Inc. (IRI), and a management consultant with Management Decision Systems, Inc. Richard holds a master's degree in system dynamics from the Sloan School at MIT, and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and master's degree in control engineering from University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. He has served on the boards of Silent Systems, Legacy Technology and O3B Networks, and is co-founder of Tubifi www.tubifi.com.

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