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Build Secure Mobile Apps

How Mint Uses Realm to Securely Store Personal Financial Data

As the amount of sensitive data that is captured, shared, and stored by mobile devices grows, the incentive for malicious actors to find vulnerabilities within the tools that store and manage that data becomes ever larger.

It's a trend that poses risks for all organizations that handle or store user data, and one that presents unique challenges for organizations operating in highly regulated industries like finance, health, and government. To address these challenges, mobile developers must implement the highest security standards and ensure that user data is secure during all transactions and states.

In this live presentation we will discuss how Realm helps developers meet these requirements. We will be joined by Ian Ward, Solutions Engineer at Realm, and by Peter Fong, Software Engineer at Mint. Peter will tell us about how Mint meets security requirements and ensures their users can access and manage their finances securely regardless of their device, connection, or location.

This presentation will include:

  • The challenges of persisting data with ORMs vs. Realm
  • How Mint secures data with Realm
  • An overview of Realm Mobile Platform’s security features
  • A live Q&A with Ian Ward and Peter Fong

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Ian Ward Ian is a Solutions Engineer at Realm, where he helps clients integrate the Realm Mobile Platform into their mobile app architectures. He has a strong background in solution design and entrepreneurship, having previously been one of the first field engineers at start-ups Meraki and Mesosphere working with enterprise accounts.

Guest: Peter Fong, iOS Developer at Mint

Peter Fong Peter is an iOS Software Engineer at Mint, where he solves complex problems and continuously delivers meaningful innovation. He co-founded TackCube, a mobile marketplace for buying and selling listings, and has over 5 years of mobile development experience at companies like Reputation.com and Razer.