Even after a comprehensive check; and bolting all possible tricky spots through functional-testing, UI-testing and performance-testing; getting an application out there is a risk-prone affair. More so in a world inhabited and stirred up by minds bent on mischief at the slightest opportunity or crevice. This is where security-testing assumes a new significance and challenge. It does not matter how many times one thinks an application is working well, what matters is how many times it goofs up.
We jump in with the best of tools and minds to think like the intruders and, thus, disarm them at the very onset. We make sure every aspect and every nook is sealed well. This spans:
The whole idea and battle is to chop away risks and vulnerabilities while strengthening the application from the core. This is catered for a variety of industry verticals and scenarios.
“Technology is like a fish. The longer it stays on the shelf, the less desirable it becomes.” Andrew Heller nailed it well. Technology has a tendency, after all, to move towards the oblivion of a shelf, unless this is actively addressed and redressed by both its makers and users.