Look who’s playing “Truth or Dare” now…

Did you hear that both Wal-Mart and Walgreens Mobile / Web App’s were recently compromised?  If you’d like the full story from March 25th, see the link at the bottom.  While these events may seem like a daily occurrence, the question we’re all asking is if it’s worth playing games – or if it’s time to get the truth about how secure environments really are.

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What do these three companies have in common?

Starbucks Coffee

US ProTech

Siemens

Starbucks Coffee

U.S. ProTech

Siemens Energy

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It looks like the time has come for companies using web-based applications, mobile or not, to stop playing “Truth or Dare”…  Why wait? Get the Truth now!

Full article on the Wal-Mart mobile app:

https://www.computerworld.com.au/article/541343/evan_schuman_wal-mart_latest_big_company_mobile-app_security_problems/?fp=4&fpid=18