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Any type of business should implement security testing to protect the integrity and confidentiality of data and systems.

Platform: Web applications run on a browser and are accessed via a URL, while mobile apps are installed on a device and can be accessed through an app icon.

User experience: Web applications are typically accessed via a desktop or laptop computer, while mobile apps are designed for smaller screens and touch-based interfaces.

Operating System: Web applications run on various types of operating systems, while mobile apps are specific to the operating system of the device, such as iOS or Android.

Data storage: Web applications typically store data on a server, while mobile apps store data on the device itself or in the cloud.

Network communication: Web applications typically communicate with a central server, while mobile apps may communicate with multiple servers, including third-party services.

Security testing: Testing web applications typically involves testing the application and server-side components, while testing mobile apps involves testing the app and the underlying operating system.

Threats: Mobile apps may face additional security threats such as jailbreaking or rooting, which are not typically present in web applications.

As a result, the security measures and best practices for web and mobile apps are different, and companies should approach web and mobile app security separately. A web application security company and mobile app security company will typically have different expertise and service offerings to help organizations protect their web and mobile assets respectively.

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