We Offer a Wide Variety of Services
The application level that aim to prevent data or code within the app from being stolen or hijacked. It encompasses the security considerations that happen during application development and design.
THIRD-PARTY RISK MANAGEMENT
A third-party risk assessment analyses the risks these relationships introduce to your business along the supply chain. Third parties can include vendors, service providers, software providers, and other suppliers.
CLOUD SECURITY ASSESSMENT
We help you understand your cloud security posture and gain deep insight into critical vulnerabilities that put your business at risk.
API PENETRATION TESTING
API penetration testing is an ethical hacking process to assess the security of the API design. API tests involve attempting to exploit identified issues and reporting them to strengthen the API to prevent unauthorized access or a data breach.
LOG4J VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT
Log4Shell is a severe critical vulnerability affecting many versions of the Apache Log4j application. The vulnerability allows unauthenticated remote code execution.
NETWORK PENETRATION TESTING
Various hacking techniques to identify security vulnerabilities in your networks.
Maintenance of a desired level of quality in a service or product, especially by means of attention to every stage of the process of delivery or production.
WEB APP PENETRATION TESTING
Simulating attacks on a system in an attempt to gain access to sensitive data, with the purpose of determining whether a system is secure.
ANDROID & IOS PENETRATION TESTING
It is coded in a specific programming language for its respective operating system: typically, Swift for iOS and Java, BASIC or Kotlin for Android.
BLACK BOX PENETRATION TESTING
Our team of experts tries different scenarios of black-box penetration testing tools and attack vectors. We utilize hands-on and automated attacking techniques to gain information about the system and uncover its weakest links.
RED TEAM PENETRATION TESTING
A ‘red-team’ penetration test encompasses several attack methodologies and expertise. These include network-level attacks, application-layer attacks, exploiting known vulnerabilities in software infrastructure and social engineering techniques.
Threat modeling is usually performed either on the initial steps of the Software Development Lifecycle or more holistically, in an organizational security overview, prioritizing the importance of assets and the risk of compromising those assets by malicious attacks or unplanned events.