Application Security Assessment
The Threat is Real – Protect your brand reputation today!
There is almost an endless list of reasons why application security is important to businesses. Those range from maintaining a positive brand image to preventing security breaches that impact the trust that your clients and shareholders have in your business. Not so long ago the majority of hacking occurred through weak links in operating systems. As those weaknesses disappeared, the focus shifted back to third-party software and devices.
The result is that data is now at risk from the weakest link in your network. What that means is that even an app on someone’s cell phone with a connection to your network can become an open door for hackers. That is a general reason why application security assessment is necessary. It does not matter if you are creating the app for in-house use, selling an app, or buying an app. What matters is that the open door is not only closed but secured.
Do you want:Reduction of Risk:
Including those from third-parties.
Protection of Brand Image:
By projecting security and preventing leaks
Protection and Building Customer Confidence:
Customer experience is driving competition.
Protection and Safeguard of Data:
Both your own and your customers.
Improving Trust from customers, investors, and lenders:
Mitigating risk improves trust from all parties.
Where is the Concern Area
Incidence of attacks are high and growing
Average cost of cyber-crime per company has increased by 95% in 4 years and Number of successful attacks per year per company has seen a 144% increase in 4 years.
Risk of data theft
Insecure web, mobile, IoT or desktop application could potentially allow an attacker to gain unauthorized access, compromise application functionality or steal sensitive user data.
Frontline Most Vulnerable
Most of the attacks are on the dynamic application layer making it most important aspect to secure for an organization.
Cost to fix weakness in applications increases with each stage of software development.
Needle in a Haystack
To identify and pinpoint the vulnerabilities which can be exploited and needs immediate attention are difficult to discover.
Our customer oriented approach makes the transformation journey easy to understand and more effective for our customers to adopt quickly.
Intelligence gathering is an information reconnaissance approach which aims to gather as much information as possible for use as attack vectors.
During the vulnerability analysis, we will discover flaws in networks, systems, and applications (as appropriate), using both active and passive mechanisms.
Based on a detailed analysis of the vulnerabilities discovered in the previous step, all external and internal systems (as appropriate) are attacked.
We do so with both manual and automated testing apparatus whilst at all times following the industry standard OWASP methodology.
The purpose of this phase is to determine the value of the compromised targets. This is achieved by trying to elevate our privileges and pivot to other systems and networks that are defined as being in-scope.
SAST, DAST and IAST
Periodic assessment schedules. Calander based plan with re-testing inclusive packages available.
Application Security Training
SAST & DAST training and educational application security testing services.
Security in Software Development Lifecycle (SSDLC) Program Consulting
SSDLC Program Evaluation & Gap Analysis, SSDLC multi-year roadmap development and devsecops toolchain evaluation/selection and consulting.
That’s not all what you have read. Sattix provides plethora of options which has acquired over the period and experienced gained from delivering varied size and scale of projects globally.