As mobile applications become increasingly more sophisticated, self-protecting Mobile Runtime Application Self-Protection are becoming increasingly important
Mobile Runtime Application Self-Protection Market

Cybercriminals will target mobile devices more as we use them more frequently and as they access more sensitive resources and services.


Mobile apps and gadgets are a constant target for cyberattackers, and they frequently succeed. Attackers have repeatedly demonstrated their capacity to use flaws, fabricate WiFi networks, and install malicious software to hack mobile devices.


More than ever, it's critical to thwart attacks as they happen. Runtime application self-protection (RASP) has become a pressing demand for mobile app developers as a result. While apps are running, mobile Mobile Runtime Application Self-Protection solutions function. They are intended to find, identify, and stop cyberattacks.


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