Web applications are the number one attack vector for data breaches, yet the majority of organizations fail to adopt application security best practices for protecting software, data and users.
Application security best practices include a number of common-sense tactics that include:
But perhaps first and foremost among application security best practices is the need to integrate testing into the software development process. Developers have often resisted the need to test code as it is written, believing that such assessments would slow the development process, require a change in workflow and be cost prohibitive.
However, with the right tools, implementing application security best practices like testing doesn’t need to be at odds with the needs of your development team. Using a cloud-based testing platform can enable you to easily adopt application security best practices in a simple and cost-effective way.
With SecLogic, you can seamlessly integrate application security best practices into software development, eliminating vulnerabilities at the very point in the development/deployment chain where it is most cost-effective to do so. As a cloud-based service, SecLogic enables you to put a solution in place immediately – without requiring additional staff or equipment – and to see results on day one and constant improvement over time.
SecLogic also provides eLearning and web-based training for developers in application security best practices. Developers can earn certification and CPE credits while enterprises can measure and track developers’ progress, helping to comply with ISO regulations and other industry standards.
Application VAPT assess application for security vulnerabilities within a short period of time. Hybrid methodology which includes automated & manual pentesting results in comprehensive assessment of the application which provides application’s security posture, security vulnerabilities, and exploitable issues.
What can be tested? Web Application, Web App, Mobile Site/App, Web Service, Thick Client.
The influx of myriad devices and their varied OS pose challenges for conducting penetration tests for the mobile applications. Pen Testing and assessing the mobile applications optimally on a real-time environment, simulation of different types of attacks; generalized and mobile specific ones as well as enumerating attacker actions to retrieve classified information are few of the actions that form the core of any Mobile Application Penetration Testing.
Detection of vulnerabilities during the early stages of SDLC prevents bugs in the later stages of development. Any undetected vulnerability would lead to an insecure application. Static application security testing is the process that helps in the identification of any insecure piece of code which could cause a potential vulnerability in the later stages of the development process.The secure code review process enables an intrinsic view of the existing security issues