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Web Application Security Assessment | Briskinfosec

Web Application Security Assessment has become an unavoidable requirement for every organization. The risk factors for web applications are many and is continually growing day by day. Even a simple plugin like, old versions and application theme can lead to a breach of your organization's data and potentially, internal network. Application security challenges should be addressed effectively in a timely manner.

Our security testing services scrutinizes the security loopholes in your application at various levels and reports the same to you. We are always there to fix those security loopholes for you to make sure your site is stable and runs smoothly without flaws.

  • Don’t let your organization make the news for being the latest victim of cyber attack:
    Hackers crave for the annihilation of every organization’s reputation by breaching all their data’s and making them relinquish to their mettle, thus making them to flash in the news as the latest victim of cyber breach.

  • Get in front all your compliance needs:
    Web application security will be scrutinized by auditors due to a variety of factors like lack of developer ’s education, rushed codes, going into production too soon, etc.

  • Do more than mitigate symptoms:
    The benefits of having even just a single site tested can lead to a functional change in how the code is written and deployed, providing positive security change.

Briskinfosec's Approach for Web Application Security Assessment

Web Application Security Assessment
  • Standards
  • Benefits
  • Why choose Briskinfosec?
  • NIST SP800-115
  • Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)
  • Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual (OSSTMM)
  • Penetration Testing Execution Standard (PTES)
  • Web Application Security Consortium (WASC)
  • Zero Trust Cyber Security Testing Framework (ZCTF)
  • Careful scoping of the test environment to establish the exact extent of the testing exercise.
  • A range of manual tests closely aligned with the OWASP and other methodologies.
  • A series of automated vulnerability scans.
  • Instantaneous notification of any critical vulnerability to help you take action quickly.
  • A detailed report that identifies and explains the vulnerabilities (ranked in order of significance).
  • A list of recommended countermeasures to address any identified vulnerabilities.
  • An executive summary that explains what the risks mean in business terms.
  • Collaborative work with your in-house development team to understand the issue and recommend a proper fix.
  • Meeting compliance expectations (ISO 27001, PCI: DSS, HIPAA, DPA and GDPR).
  • Certifying the application according to OWASP standards.
  • Zero Trust Model will be followed to identify all dependencies existing on the application.

Because:

  • We have been empanelled as ISO27001:2015 certified organization.
  • We have also been empanelled with Axcelos Global Best Practice consultants as an organization that has always met the international standard based cyber security process and requirements in time.
  • We, at Briskinfosec, use our own created tools along with advanced manual tests and automated vulnerability scans, to ensure all critical vulnerabilities are identified.
  • We follow Zero Trust Framework (ZTF) to find and eliminate all the Trust Dependencies (TD).

Apart from this:

  • You receive a simple assessment that applies to your business and the relevant threats, not a general evaluation of theoretical risks.
  • You work with qualified consultants experienced in application penetration testing.
  • You receive a clear report that prioritizes the relevant risks to your organization, so that you can remedy any vulnerabilities.
  • You work with the company who won the “Indian Book Of Records” and who is also listed as one among the “Top 20 Most Promising Cyber Security Service Provider 2018”.

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