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Application Security Assessment

Keep Your Mobile and Web Apps Secure With Our Source Code Review

Secure Your Web and Mobile Applications

Securing applications that handle sensitive information is critical to your organization’s security, brand, and overall success in the marketplace. Customers expect it, and regulators require it. Computer applications enable business processes to function in support of the enterprise, increasing speed and efficiency, reducing costs, and accelerating time to market. In fact, for many companies today, their web portals and mobile applications are their business – making it even more critical to detect and remediate weaknesses and vulnerabilities quickly to ensure unlimited availability, and protect customer and business data. Our application security assessments including web application penetration testing and mobile application testing go beyond compliance checklists to find issues that could lead to a breach or cyber security incident.

Web Application Assessments

Web application pen testing can help you make certain that you have safeguarded your core revenue-generating web applications from security threats. Internet-facing web applications create many opportunities for malicious individuals who may wish to compromise your organization’s or customers’ data—especially when those applications are processing financial information, credit cards, or other personal information.

Mobile Application Assessments

With the exponential growth of smartphones and tablets, more organizations than ever are developing mobile applications to meet customer demand. But with a focus being on creating compelling and user-friendly functionality, developers often do not have the skills and experience to think like a hacker and ensure that they have not placed the user or the back-end IT infrastructure at risk. Delta Risk has a team that specializes in these types of applications and can help your development team protect critical data.

Application Code Review

If your organization is developing its own mobile and web applications, one of the most thorough ways to ensure they are secure and meet compliance requirements is through a code review. A source code review can help you avoid risks early in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) by providing the most detailed information about the scope and severity of any design or coding issues that are found early in the development process and help avoid costly changes after code has been moved to production.

What

  • OWASP Penetration Testing Methodolgy
  • Analyzing Mobile Applications
  • Deep-dive Code and Architecture Analysis
  • Can Uncover Issues Not Found by Scans

Who

Why

  • Validate Existing Controls
  • Identify Exploitable Coding Flaws
  • Meet Compliance Requirements
  • Identify Entry Points into Privileged Areas
  • Replicate Real-World Threats
  • Protect Customer Data and Your Reputation

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