The Quadrant Knowledge Solutions SPARK Matrix includes a detailed analysis of the global market dynamics, vendor landscape and competitive positioning.
The study also provides a competitive analysis and ranking of the leading In-App Protection providers in the form of the SPARK Matrix. In addition, the study offers strategic information for users to evaluate different vendor capabilities, competitive differentiation and market positions.
Ayush Patidar, Analyst at Quadrant Knowledge Solutions, states, “Zimperium’s Mobile-First Security Platform provides complete and autonomous coverage for all endpoints and apps. As a part of this platform, Zimperium MAPS offers end-to-end protection for mobile apps, integrating features such as No-Code App Shielding, Code and Data Obfuscation, Tamper Resistance and Network Protection into a single platform.
“The threat management dashboard provided by MAPS allows for real-time threat visibility and response to emerging threats. Zimperium has received strong ratings across technology excellence and customer impact and has been positioned as a leader in the SPARK Matrix: In-App Protection, Q1 2023.”
“As organisations continue to face unprecedented cyber threats to their mobile-powered business initiatives, the value in implementing a mobile security strategy for apps and devices has never been greater,” said Shridhar Mittal, CEO, Zimperium. “Being recognised as the leader in the SPARK Matrix for In-App Protection and achieving top scores in both technology excellence and customer impact are testaments to the growing need for mobile application security.
“We are proud that, like our customers, the industry is also recognising Zimperium as a leader in mobile application security and look forward to continuing to support businesses across every industry with a mobile-first security platform in 2023 and beyond.”
An In-App Protection is an advanced set of application security tools designed to protect, detect, analyse and remediate against known and unknown advanced cyber threats throughout the application lifecycle.
The tools provide real-time protection for high-value applications running in an unsecured environment against threats such as reverse engineering, repackaging, malware, script injection, cryptojacking and SMS snatching.
Additionally, it provides features like RASP (Runtime Application Self-Protection) for real-time monitoring and prevention of application-layer attack and block malicious scripts or tools from accessing the APIs.
Driven by the increasing competition and emergence of a variety of vendors with different technological strengths, In-App Protection vendors are increasingly looking at improving their product and market strategy and overall technology value proposition to remain competitive.
The primary features to evaluate In-App Protection includes end-to-end protection for mobile apps, integrating features such as No-Code App Shielding, Code and Data Obfuscation, Tamper Resistance, and Runtime Application Self-Protection.