Versatility in Application Security
Application security usage and implementation of set of processes aimed to identify, fix, and prevent security vulnerabilities in applications at multiple stages of the software development lifecycle.
Source Code Review
Source code review is one of the most essential techniques that can be
used to identify security bugs in both development and production stages. While many scanners aim to have high detection rates, a human source reviewer can understand the real-world impacts of vulnerable code and identify false positives most scanners would overlook.
Web Application Security Assessment
A Web Application Penetration Test (pentest) is an assessment-based
approach designed to simulate attacks on a system aimed to gain access to sensitive data and undermined Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability of existing controls. Unlike a standard pentest vectors used to demonstrate weaknesses evolve from unsecured coding practices namely ones identified in OWASP Top 10 2022.
Threat modeling is the process of analyzing a system to look for weaknesses that come from less-desirable design choices. It is a tried- and-true process that enumerates existing controls, assets, requirements placed upon the system from a high-level design, that can save organizations costly mistakes implemented by less than desirable design choices.
"Done right, threat modeling provides a clear “line of sight”
across a project that justifies security efforts. The threat model allows security decisions to be made rationally, with all the information on the table.The threat modeling process naturally produces an assurance argument that can be used to explain and defend the security of an application. An assurance argument starts with a few high-level claims and justifies them with either subclaims or evidence."