Data breaches have been happening everywhere. Big companies like Uber,
If you are one of those business owners who is getting geared up to launch a custom enterprise app,
Add several layers of security in the code: An app will be able to keep all the data within it secure if the app code has several layers of security added
Data encryption: Any app will need to communicate with the server and send data to and fro. This is the weak point that hackers generally try to exploit. If the app is connected to the server through an unsafe connection, the data might not be securely transmitted. In such cases, if the data is encrypted, even if the data falls into the hands of the hackers, they will not be able to misuse it as they would need a decryption key to decrypt it.
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Conduct a lot of tests: In most cases, an app faces a data breach not through brute force attacks but by exploiting minor loopholes that go unnoticed by app developers during the development stage. This can be prevented by conducting several tests on the app repeatedly to ensure that there are no loopholes left behind for hackers to exploit.
Create a secure backend: Backend is often ignored when it comes to securing the app. This acts like a