Application Security Testing
Applications are an essential part of any business today, and they are under attack more than ever before. Where previously an attention was focused on securing organizations network parameters, today the application level is where the focus is for attackers.
Application Security is built around the idea of making sure that the code written for an application does what it was built to do, and keeps the contained data secure.
Application security testing helps an organization identify and remediate application-related vulnerabilities and flaws before hackers can exploit those vulnerabilities and flaws and gain access to the organization's systems, resources and confidential information.
“Risk assessment” has become a popular term in business, government, education, and many other places. It also has almost as many definitions as well.
There are a lot of risk assessment frameworks out there. Firstly, you need to know how to pick the right one and then perform a risk assessment accordingly. We can help you with both!
Penetration testing, also called vulnerability assessment and testing or pen-testing for short, is a pretend attack on your organization's network to assess security and determine its vulnerabilities. These white hat attacks are designed to do identify network security issues and other vulnerabilities, improve employee awareness of good security practices, and assess an organization responses. Pen-testing is one the quickest ways to find out if your organization's security is up to the challenge, and if not, what the vulnerabilities are that you need to address.
Wallencore can help you find security risks through penetration testing and assessment services.
Network Security Assessment
The number of security incidents is rising, as are associated costs to clean them up.
Since 2009, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of detected security incidents has increased 66% year over year, PwC reports. When confronted with these statistics, it’s easy to become concerned about your company’s internal network security.
In order to combat these network security threats, the first thing your company should do is conduct a network security assessment. And guess what? We know someone who can help you with that.
Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) are three related facets that help assure an organization reliably achieves objectives, addresses uncertainty and acts with integrity. In an organization which always looks at the long-term growth, GRC is the fundamental functionality. Furthermore, it comprises of all the documented policies and procedures which are necessary to achieve efficiency and optimum performance without compromising on the core values of an entity.