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Implications of TikTok ban on the future of mobile security

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Amid concerns about data privacy and its ties to the Chinese government, President Biden recently signed a law banning TikTok nationwide unless it is sold, leaving security practitioners with a multitude of questions around the future of mobile app security. This SC Panelcast will explore the ongoing concerns around TikTok, how the potential ban may or may not impact your mobile security processes, and what security teams should be doing to better manage this and similar threats. Spoiler Alert: The range of mobile security threats goes well beyond data piracy and well beyond just TikTok, so banning TikTok is not sufficient to protect mobile users.
The good news: While the potential TikTok ban has security practitioners wondering what it all means for them, the best practices around mobile app security remain constant. We’ll capture the latest technological advances using solutions from Quokka as the example of how to bolster your defenses, with specific considerations for security teams, app developers and MSSPs.


Bill Brenner
Senior Vice President, Audience Content Strategy
CyberRisk Alliance

InfoSec content strategist, researcher, director, tech writer, blogger and community builder. Senior Vice President of Audience Content Strategy at CyberRisk Alliance.

Chris Gogoel
VP & GM, Public Sector

Chris has been working with governmental agencies in the US and internationally to protect government employees and citizens from mobile threats for over 9 years. He has a graduate degree in cybersecurity, studying with Quokka’s founder, Angelos Stavrou at George Mason University. The company was founded in 2011 with grants from DARPA and NIST and is the first and longest-standing mobile app security solution for the US Federal Government.