Websites are prime targets of cyber criminals who steal private credentials, important organization data, perform defacement attacks, denial-of-service (DoS) attacks etc. and this leads to tangible as well as intangible losses to both organizations and their customers. With a growing number of threats to the application layer, organizations must constantly test for flaws that could compromise web application security.

Web Application Penetration Testing (WAPT) ensures that your web applications are scanned for all types of security flaws and their potential risks, followed by appropriate correction steps, thus safeguarding your web applications from cyber attacks. It is an essential component of any software testing protocol.

WAPT can be done manually or it can be automated.

While automated testing can find many vulnerabilities, there are some authorization issues and business logic flaws that only manual web penetration testing can accurately discover.To ensure secure applications, organizations are advised to conduct manual web penetration testing on every application at least once a year.

We perform a hybrid WAPT, which involves both automated and manual penetration testing of websites to ensure that not even a small security flaw remains in your websites. We check the applications for all types of security risks currently present and are proficient at finding top security risks that are described by the widely acknowledged Owasp Top-10 and SANS 25.

Our penetration testing is aimed at investigating security escape clauses in your application at different levels and reporting the findings to you in an easy yet effective manner. We are dependably there to settle the security facets for you to ensure that your site is steady and smooth running.

With the ever-increasing rate of cyber crimes, networks and systems of all organizations are at a high risk of being the next targets of cyber crime. Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing is the befitting step towards securing your network.

Vulnerability scanning alerts companies to the preexisting flaws in their networks and systems and point out the vulnerable locations.

Penetration testing attempts to exploit the vulnerabilities in a system to determine whether unauthorized access or other malicious activity is possible and identify which flaws pose a threat to the application. Penetration tests find exploitable flaws and measure the severity of each. Its show how damaging a flaw could be in a real attack rather than find every flaw in a system. Together, penetration testing and vulnerability assessment tools provide a detailed picture of the flaws that exist in an application and the risks associated with those flaws.

We provide high-end Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing services and ensure that your Network systems are scanned for weak points and threats through which attacks can take place. Our security experts perform, monitor and manage remote scans whenever you need them, providing 24/7 services. We do a thorough assessment of potential vulnerabilities in your network systems comprising of Servers, Hosts, Firewalls, Routers, IDS etc., perform penetration tests on these vulnerabilities to determine their exploitability and risk factors and provide appropriate risk mitigation solutions to ensure complete security of your networks.

We reduce business risks and help you avoid possible future losses by pre-empting existing vulnerable exploits and preventing business downtime, while simultaneously improving the return on your investment.

Almost every single person today owns a smartphone, be it a child or an elderly person. The increased use of smartphones has exposed the world to a wide array of cyber threats, many of which come from mobile applications which we so unreservedly use each day. And since Android is the most widely used smartphone operating system, with its Play Store offering thousands of apps, its applications have become a prime target of cyber criminals to steal private information, spying, stealing credit card details etc. Not only websites, but mobile applications are also at risk from cyber attacks.

These apps have to be tested for overall security and enhanced accordingly before releasing in the market so that cyber criminals do not find any weaknesses to exploit. Hence Android Application Penetration Testing is performed to find all security flaws present and assess the impact of exploitation of these flaws. This penetration testing can be done statically as well as dynamically to find security issues in different modules of the application.

We provide a combination of static and dynamic penetration testing services for Android applications and ensure hence thorough examination of application is achieved. We make sure that the applications are tested for all latest vulnerabilities by examining for various risks described by Owasp Mobile Top-10 –

M1: Improper Platform Usage

M2: Insecure Data Storage

M3: Insecure Communication

M4: Insecure Authentication

M5: Insufficient Cryptography

M6: Insecure Authorization

M7: Client Code Quality

M8: Code Tampering

M9: Reverse Engineering

M10: Extraneous Functionality

We are pivoted towards securing the interests of organizations and consumers so that applications can be used seamlessly without the fear of cyber threats.

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Data loss prevention (DLP) solution or process that identifies confidential data, tracks that data as it moves through and out of the enterprise and prevents unauthorized disclosure of data by creating and enforcing disclosure policies. Since confidential data can reside on a variety of computing devices (physical servers, virtual servers, databases, file servers, PCs, point-of-sale devices, flash drives and mobile devices) and move through a variety of network access points (wireline, wireless, VPNs, etc.), there are a variety of solutions that are tackling the problem of data loss, data recovery and data leaks.

Data Loss Prevention is an increasingly important part of any organization’s ability to manage and protect critical and confidential information. Examples of critical and confidential data types include:

• Intellectual Property : source code, product design documents, process documentation, internal price lists

• Corporate Data : Financial documents, strategic planning documents, due diligence research for mergers and acquisitions, employee information

• Customer Data : Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, medical records, financial statements .

A cyber security audit focuses on cyber security standards, guidelines and procedures, as well as the implementation of these controls. The cyber security audit relies on other operational audits as well.

Part of audit is ensuring that organizations have implemented controls. This means that preventative tools such as firewalls and antivirus software have been put in place. It also means that awareness efforts have been made, and that user education about password construction and backups has been provided. Regular updates—to both preventative tools and awareness efforts—are a necessity. That’s why regular audits are so important; your organization must ensure that these processes are well-designed, executed properly and as up-to-date as possible. Cyber security audits should be done annually based on business needs. They should include planned activities with specific start and end dates, including exact expectations and clear communications.

We Provide

• Protection of sensitive data and intellectual property.

• Protection of networks to which multiple information resource are connected.

• Responsibility and accountability for the device and information contained in it.

• Data security policies relating to the network, database and applications in place.

• Effective network access controls implemented.

• Detection/prevention systems deployed.

• Security controls established (physical and logical).

• Incident response program implemented.

A compliance audit is a comprehensive review of an organization’s adherence to regulatory guidelines. What is examined in a compliance audit will vary depending upon whether an enterprise is a public or private company, what kind of data it handles, and whether it transmits or stores sensitive financial data. Health care providers that store or transmit electronic health (e-health) records, such as personal health information, are subject to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requirements. Financial services companies that transmit credit card data are subject to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements.

IT auditing plays a significant part in compliance auditing. As previously indicated with financial and operational auditing, IT controls and processes are part of compliance, and these pieces are integrated into the overall compliance plan. IT audit must be involved in all facets of compliance auditing.

We Provide

• An in-depth understanding of current regulation, authorization and supervision requirements.

• Assurances that regulatory requirements will be met.

• Audit of regulatory reporting and compliance.