Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT)
is the security service that focuses on discovering flaws in network, server, and system infrastructure. Organizational security is the emphasis of vulnerability assessment, whereas real-world exploitation is the objective of penetration testing.
Web application security testing is the process of assessing, analyzing, and reporting on a Web application’s security level and threat posture. It examines applications proactively to detect vulnerabilities that could result in the loss of sensitive user and database information.
Mobile application security testing entails putting a mobile app through its paces in the same way that an attacker would. Understanding the application’s business objective and the types of data it processes is essential for effective security testing.
An attempt to hack and acquire access to an organization’s data assets is known as a Network penetration test. Its goal is to detect vulnerabilities so that they can be analyzed and fixed before a cyber attack occurs.
Cloud Penetration Testing is the technique of identifying, configuring, and auditing the security policies, and network settings thus detecting security vulnerabilities in your cloud infrastructure. Cloud penetration testing is used to evaluate a cloud system’s strengths and vulnerabilities to improve its overall security posture.
loT Security testing is the process of examining loT devices for security flaws that hackers could use to gain access to your network, alter the commands, or steal the data. This can result in major losses, identity theft, and damage to your vulnerable device’s and the company’s reputations.
A secure code review is a specialized process that involves manually and/or automatically reviewing an application’s source code to find coding flaws. It aims to provide insight into the early-stage vulnerabilities that exist and assist the application developer in understanding what issues are present.
Procedures and strategies for preventing medical equipment exploitation are referred to as medical device security. Medical device penetration testing identifies software, hardware, and communication flaws that could undermine the device’s security.
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