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Looking forward to a fun and productive session with the SAP Mentors next Monday September 9th @ 4pm EST. I will unveil my “rapping” talents along with SAP’s Mobile Application “Wrapping” capabilities courtesy of Mocana. Wrapping allows you to take ANY mobile app and wrap it with a layer of security that can even pass FIPS-140 requirements in “just a few seconds”. We will also spend some time updating the SAP Mentors on SAP’s Mobile Secure cloud strategy. Guest speakers are Tushar Patel, Director, Product Marketing at Mocana Corporation, and Britt Womelsdorf, Director of Mobile Secure in the Cloud at SAP.

Link to Replay: https://sap.na.pgiconnect.com/p5t55zq6s62/

Sneak Peak at SAP Mentor Bryan Whitmarsh’s “Rapping” Skills: http://khush.smule.com/autorap_522617868ff66&v2

Oh, this is a story we know so well

About a mobile application written to sell

Created by a Homie to Change the World

The App was a Hit

But the Homie didn’t know a thing about securing the bits

So…

What can be done?

Well…

In just a few seconds

That Homie can wrap it as tight as Fort Knox

Using SAP’s Mobile App Protection

By a gang called Mocana

Making the Rest of this Beat

Oh so Neat

Word Out…

… Little Bryan B a.k.a. XL Fury

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  1. Frank Koehntopp

    Hey Bryan,

    interesting! Will you mention that Mocana is an _additional_ layer of security on top of the one you still need to implement in your app and backend services?

    Mocana eases the pain of implementing secure local storage and secure communication, but that still leaves 7 of the 10 OWASP Top Mobile Risks that developers need to address on their own.

    Week 6 of the OpenSAP Mobile Development Course will address some of those, by the way.

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    1. Bryan Whitmarsh Post author

      Frank,

      Thanks for the comment. We will definitely dig into the details regarding what “Wrapping” addresses and any missing security aspects it can not cover. We may even structure the conversation around the list of 10. Thanks again, and we are looking forward to an informative discussion on Monday.  

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