Dutch public sector agency issues app security requirements

The Dutch public sector IT security agency Centrum voor Informatiebeveiliging en Privacybescherming (CIP) has developed with a number of partners 19 security requirements to help developers and suppliers make safe applications for smartphones and tablets. The agency started the project to address the growing use of mobile apps for public services and communication.

Country: Netherlands

Domains: Privacy IG

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: mobile, security requirements for apps, IT security, Netherlands, data protection, Internet

Posted on Wednesday 4 November 2015

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