Give tech products the security your customers need.
Software & Technology
Security through all stages of the development lifecycle.
For us, it is about technology products that meet all security standards. It adds a level of confidence that buyers, consumers, and implementers will appreciate.
As platforms are being developed, the use of security architects allows the development team to focus on meeting their goals while the experts can work alongside them to focus specifically on and making sure security is woven throughout the whole development process. Additionally, secure development training is available in various coding languages to help teach and train your developers to think and build like a security expert. Specialties include mobile, web, and thick client applications and internal, external, and cloud infrastructures.
Industry best standards like OWASP, ASvS allow for reliability of testing. Beyond those, the element of human creativity is added to the attack vectors which are created specific to each platform tested. Reverse engineering and device testing is available to test the physical layers of security for new devices. This extra layer of security is a great way to create confidence in a high security product. As ongoing testing is sometimes required, clients can be provided with security testing automation, custom built for their environment.
We are able to test web, mobile, SaaS and other applications, as well as, cloud, internal, and external infrastructures. Device and IoT security is another area in which we will be able to provide a range of services from security testing to reverse engineering.
What is the benefit of having a product tested by an independent 3rd party?
When a product is tested by an independent third party, it provides a sense of openness about the security of a product that is not easily gained otherwise. Additionally, it provides a new look into the platform that could uncover security issues that are often missed with familiarity with the system.
What is the difference between a vulnerability scan and a penetration test?
A penetration test is a security verification technique that attempts to find and exploit security vulnerabilities with the intent to improve or prove security of a system. This often includes the manual work of designing and planning attack vectors that can include one or more found vulnerability or known information. A vulnerability scan finds known vulnerabilities but cannot combine or exploit those vulnerabilities to further verify security of a system.
The difference between a black box and a white box test is the level of information given to the tester at the onset of the test. With a black box test, the tester is given limited information in order to provide a more realistic scenario, with the information only found publicly. Alternatively, a white box test can allow for a more thorough test of the platform by giving the tester more information up front so they design more attack scenarios around the complete information.
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