The average user has around 26 to 55 applications downloaded to his smartphone device. Most likely, you have entertainment and gaming apps, a banking app, a few social media apps, fitness apps, and eCommerce apps to shop at your favorite stores.
While you probably don’t care if an app like TriviaCrack gets hacked, a lot of your apps have information that you wouldn’t want anyone else to access; your location, credit and debit card information, and photos.
As a user, there are actions you can take to make sure your apps are secure; from a development standpoint, you must consider certain protocols to ensure that the application’s code doesn’t get hacked. Keval Baxi, CEO of Codal walks through ways to shore up your apps.