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Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications

Published

Author(s)

Michael A. Ogata, Josh Franklin, Jeffrey M. Voas, Vincent Sritapan, Stephen Quirolgico

Abstract

Mobile applications are an integral part of our everyday personal and professional lives. As both public and private organizations rely more on mobile applications, ensuring that they are reasonably free from vulnerabilities and defects becomes paramount. This paper outlines and details a mobile application vetting process. This process can be used to ensure that mobile applications conform to an organization's security requirements and are reasonably free from vulnerabilities.
Citation
Special Publication (NIST SP) - 800-163 Rev. 1
Report Number
800-163 Rev. 1

Keywords

app vetting, app vetting system, malware, mobile applications, mobile security, NIAP, security requirements, software assurance, software vulnerabilities, software testing
Created April 19, 2019