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Appdome Unveils Mobile XDR Platform

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Appdome, a company that specializes in cyber defense automation, has released the ThreatScope mobile eXtended detection and response (XDR) platform for Android and iOS applications.

ThreatScope combines mobile threat and attack telemetry and intelligence and automated incident response capabilities, Appdome noted. It allows organizations to monitor and respond to mobile threats, analyze attack vectors and generate security insights.

How ThreatScope Works

ThreatScope is integrated with Appdome's Cyber Defense Automation platform for Android and iOS apps, the company indicated. As such, ThreatScope allows organizations to respond to any cyberattack across their mobile apps.

In addition, ThreatScope gathers thousands of threat signals from mobile app security, hacking, fraud, malware, cheat and bot attacks from 100 million deployed mobile apps, Appdome stated. It shares this information with organizations so they can evaluate and respond to mobile threats and attacks in real time.

Furthermore, ThreatScope works out of the box and does not require any coding, servers or software development kits (SDKs), Appdome CEO Tom Tovar said. This ensures that organizations can start using the platform right away to view, assess and respond to mobile cyberattacks and threats.

Appdome Adds to Its Leadership Team

The ThreatScope announcement comes after Appdome in February 2023 appointed Jamie Bertasi as its chief customer officer and Chris Roeckl as its chief product officer.

Bertasi supports Appdome's mission to help brands protect their mobile apps, revenues and customers, she said. Prior to joining Appdome, Bertasi served as president and COO of Totango, a customer success automation company.

Roeckl works with Appdome's customers to develop and launch new products, services and enhancements inside the company's products, the company stated. He also oversees Appdome's marketing team and mobile development and operations (DevOps) and security solutions group. Rocekl joined Appdome in 2016 and has held several leadership roles during his time with the company.

Organizations can use Appdome's products to secure their mobile apps. Appdome provides a partner program that allows developers and solution providers to integrate its products' capabilities into their offerings.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.