Tag Archives: Security
In my previous blog post on this topic, “Application Security Part I: Whose Responsibility is it?”, I explored the responsibility of security in the mobile app ecosystem. In this post, let’s take a little deeper look at the problem of security and code safety from a mobile app developer’s point of view and explore what […]
This is the first post in a two part series about security. In this post, I tackle the issue of responsibility. In Part II, we’ll explore some things that developers need to know to help them write secure apps. I sat on a panel recently at Sprint’s Open Solutions Conference in San Jose titled “Consumer […]
Learn more about code signing, why we do it and what benefits it has for developers.
In part one of our three-part series on BlackBerry® security, we discussed the nuances of enterprise IT policy. Today, we’ll discuss application control. In contrast to IT policy, which IT administrators use to manage and control employee use of BlackBerry smartphones, application control refers to a security setting that can be managed by the end-user and/or the […]
So you’ve had your stroke of genius, you’ve developed the BlackBerry® smartphone application that’s going to sell a million copies on BlackBerry App World™, and you’re ready for your final end-to-end testing on a live device. You put the application up on your web server, enter the URL into the BlackBerry® Browser, choose the option to […]