Chambersburg, PA— September 20, 2013 — Tapestry is pleased to announce the publication of “A Standard for Developing Secure Mobile Applications” in Computer Standards & Interfaces, the international journal on the development and application of standards for computers, software quality, data communications, interfaces, and measurement. In this article, Stephen Dye of Tapestry Technologies with Karen Scarfone of Scarfone Cybersecurity explore security practices for developers of mobile applications and security standards that users of an enterprise application should expect. “We appreciate the hard work and effort that went into this publication,” said Jacquie Sipes, Tapestry CEO. “Stephen and Karen did a fantastic job addressing the security concerns associated with mobile application development and identifying how the incorporation of standards can ultimately protect users.”
To read the article abstract, please visit http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csi.2013.09.005.
About The Authors
Stephen M. Dye is a Cyber Security and Mobile Application Security Specialist at Tapestry Technologies. He provides consulting services to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and was the principal author of the Mobile Application Security Requirements Guide (SRG). He also supported the development of the Mobile Operating System (OS) and the Mobile Device Manager (MDM) SRGs. He advises several Federal Government agencies on mobile device and application security.go back