Kojo speaks with Arlington Board Chair Katie Cristol about the Amazon HQ2 effect and D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine about his probe into the local Catholic Church and his office's legal challenges against the Trump administration.
The popularity of mobile applications has sky-rocketed: They’ve become the leading digital platform. For many, apps are now indispensable tools for navigating daily life, simplifying banking, easing access to social media and tracking fitness. Major tech companies are now developing ways to link the programs, making data and functionality more seamless. But as apps increasingly tap into our most personal data, security concerns are also on the rise. We explore the future of mobile apps.
- Ben Bederson Associate Provost and Professor of Computer Science, University of Maryland
- Ian Sherr Executive Editor, CNET News
- Adam Ely CSO and Co-founder, Bluebox Security
- Harold Smith CEO, Cydonia Systems
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