A hack can expose a company to serious risks and the negative impact can be devastating. Imagine having your mobile health app reprogrammed to instruct you to deliver a lethal dose of medication.
If it isn’t hack proof, your mobile finance app could be draining bank accounts by redirecting funds. Does a link from your app go to a website that has been hacked? If so, the app store will suspend and possibly terminate your app license. You can learn more about that here, but this article discusses issues you might have with the app itself.
Read the full articles (Part One and Part Two) by clicking here:
Protect your website – the one that is attached to your app developer account! If it gets hacked, the app store could suspend then terminate your account!
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