Even a highly secure network perimeter can only do so much to keep threats out. Some threats can now circumvent your perimeter defenses and infiltrate your business through vulnerabilities in mobile and web applications.
At Cyberlocke, we deliver application security in two major ways: within the software development process and while the applications are running on your network (or in the cloud). This two-pronged approach enables our team to address a wide range of application threats and vulnerabilities.
We employ application security best practices, adhere to industry-recognized standards—especially those from OWASP—and are up-to-date with the latest critical risks, such as:
- Injection flaws like SQL, OS, and LDAP injection
- Broken authentication and session management
- Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
- Insecure Direct Object References
- Security misconfiguration
- Sensitive data exposure
- Missing function level access control
- Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
Our application security services include the following:
Application Penetration Testing and Security Assessments
We conduct penetration testing against different forms of software applications, including highly customized applications in addition to more standard ones. Once we discover vulnerabilities, we’ll recommend steps you can take to address them.
Web Application Security Testing
The biggest threats now come from the Internet. To discover vulnerabilities in your web applications we’ll subject them to a barrage of tests on:
- Configuration and deployment management
- Identity management
- Session management
- Business logic
Application Security Architecture
We can integrate application security into your software development lifecycle. We’ll work closely with your development and architecture teams and perform various tests and vulnerability scans to find weaknesses in your application. By the time your application reaches the production environment, it should be devoid of known vulnerabilities.
Application security is vital to the overall security of your business. When your applications have minimal to zero vulnerabilities, attackers won’t be able to exploit them.