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Discover the power of obfuscation in application security. Learn how it enhances protection against attackers and secures software.
Digital.ai forecasts that you have a better than 50% chance of failing with your DIY implementation of analytics and AI/ML at an operational scale. A CIO.com article detailed reasons why many AI and analytics projects fail. Our own experience at Digital.ai is that many of our customers had one or more similar failures prior to…
Explore the shift from Bitcode to ARM Protection in iOS app security—discover more in our blog and stay ahead of evolving threats.
Explore Digital.ai Application Security’s 10-year journey safeguarding gaming realms and balancing fairness and innovation against evolving threats.
Enhance financial services with tailored strategies: secure apps, testing, efficient release & monitoring. Read on to learn more!
With Digital.ai DevSecOps solutions, financial organizations can improve their security posture, meet regulatory requirements and focus on delivering innovative financial products.
Edge AI is the deployment of AI applications in devices throughout the physical world. It’s called “edge AI” because the AI computation is done near the user, at the edge of the network.
Learn the key steps to scale AI in DevSecOps processes for improved productivity, security, and financial advantages.
By Steven Friedman, Product Manager Digital.ai is pleased to announce a new way to help protect iOS applications! We already have a strong protection solution that integrates into the Xcode build system, but now we will offer an entirely post-build protection that makes it easier to integrate protections into a DevSecOps pipeline and configure…
In order to work, mobile apps must communicate with backend servers. Consider your banking app, which needs to securely access your account information to show you your account balances or allow you to transfer your money. The challenge arises when it comes to ensuring the security of these interactions. It’s not a matter of developers…