Application Security Testing
Static and Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) to find and secure web and mobile applications.
A unified approach to streamline application security
Security Spoc™ unified approach for application security helps the organization to have full visibility over the risk surface possessed by them. We have supported 200+ clients to effectively remediate the threats from inside and outside the perimeter by taking advantage of Static (SAST) and Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) offered by Security Spoc™. Our work doesn't end with reporting, we support our customers in the closure of gaps identifies during the assessment.
Many regulations such as PCI DSS, HIPPA, GLBA, ISO, FISMA requires application security testing to be done at regular intervals. Our team at Security Spoc helps you be compliant. Our team is familiar with security frameworks such as OWASP Top 10 and SANS Top 25 which results in comprehensive security testing and reporting methodology.
Static and Dynamic Security Testing
Static Application Security Testing (SAST) aids our customers in identifying the security flaws in the early stages and fixes can be deployed during the development cycle which eliminates the risk surface and cost due to compromise of the applications.
Security Spoc™ helps its customers to employ source code review practices during the software development life cycle (SDLC). The review can be conducted as soon as the code deemed complete.
Combing the SAST approach with Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) reduces the risk of exposure of the organization to acceptable levels and may result in being a cost-effective solution.
Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) approach helps in identifying the threats by executing the number of test cases in term of HTTP requests and observing the responses from the web applications.
Security Spoc™ DAST grants complete coverage and visibility to the overall risk possessed by the web layer of an organization by following the industry frameworks and methodologies such as OWASP Top 10 and SAN Top 25. It also helps to eliminate the false-positives from the results meaning developers won't be chasing the non-existent threats.
Penetration testing for known cybersecurity threats, bruteforcing for URLs and domain, crawling, and other useful techniques can be employed to detect the threat surface of an organization.
Security Spoc™ DAST and SAST approach matured during the course of time and grown efficient and became flexible to support the web application as well as the mobile application platforms.
With years of experience, we have created a report template which is easy to work with and highlights the issues for technical and business world to work upon.
Our reports and presentations highlight the prominent issues to act upon and mitigate to increase resilience against a cybersecurity attack.
Our reports consist of sections for the technical and business stakeholders. We always include risk rating and recommendation as per the industry best practices.