Every application is vulnerable to cyber attack, exposing the user and the business to unlimited data loss potential. Without adequate application protection, hackers have full control of anyone's application session. This access allows cyber criminals to:
Add reputation-damaging images and messaging to the application
See all user inputs such as passwords, user names, social security and bank account numbers
Decode and download encrypted data
Natively integrating VASCO's RASP technology into your applications ensures the integrity of mobile applications such that data and transactions are not compromised.
What is RASP Security?
Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) provides a high level of protection for mobile applications even if users inadvertently download malware onto their mobile device. Natively integrating VASCO's RASP technology into your applications ensures the integrity of mobile applications such that data and transactions are not compromised.
VASCO's RASP security technology:
Proactively shields applications from malware, which can inject foreign code into the application. The foreign code can do anything from rendering images or messages to installing a screenreader that steals user information and data.
Controls execution, preventing real-time attacks. If a cyber attack does occur, RASP will either detect and block the foreign code from working, allowing the user to securely continue using the application, or it will block and shutdown the application if the threat if data integrity is at risk.
Protects the integrity of mobile applications to ensure data and transactions are not compromised. All data within the application is blocked from foreign entities, showing only a black screen to hackers. RASP maintains the mobile application's run-time integrity even if a user inadvertently downloads malware onto their device.
Malware, man-in-the-app (code-injection) and jailbreaking/rooting detection occurs before the application even loads on the device.
How does RASP secure applications?
Our RASP code wraps around the application code to create a shield against foreign code injection. Even if a device becomes infected with malware, our RASP technology will detect and block that code from accessing the process of the application. Malicious system components, such as Screenreader or Keyboards on Android, are detected and blocked from accessing user's input, including login credentials.
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What are the latest mobile banking attacks How to implement attack countermeasures with minimal user impact
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Industry best practices when deploying Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) Security
RASP security is trending
In recent headlines, the Pokemon Go hack could have been prevented using RASP technology if the developers had secured the gaming application before launch. With the increase in application use in every industry from banking to gaming, application security has never been more important. Hackers are targeting these unprotected applications with a focus on banking and gaming to steal user information and gain access to valuable assets.
RASP Security is also referred to as:
Runtime Application Self-Protection
RASP Security Tools