Integrated Assessment Services provides Security testing services. Security testing is a process intended to reveal flaws in the security mechanisms of an information system that protect data and maintain functionality as intended. Security requirements are typically specified as part of a document describing how the system must be secured. Specific elements of confidentiality, integrity, authentication, availability, authorization, and non-repudiation are common.
Why is security testing done?
The aim of security testing is to find intruders, assess the system’s vulnerabilities, and identify all possible security risks within the system. It also aids in detecting any potential security flaws that may exist within the system. Through coding, it helps developers resolve any security concerns.
Our security experts provide comprehensive security testing of the following:
- Web applications Security Testing Services include – Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), SQL Injection, Remote File Inclusion, Code Execution attack vectors, and vulnerabilities that allow a user to access or compromise information residing on an application server. We ascertain if your website carries susceptibility to these vulnerabilities.
- Network Security Testing Services include – Wireless, Shadow Networks, Man in the middle attacks, and vulnerabilities that allow unauthorized access to networks of your organization. We ascertain if your network carries susceptibility to these vulnerabilities.
- Database Security Testing Services include – Brute Force Password attack vectors, SQL Injection, and Vulnerabilities which allow data to be compromised. We ascertain if your database carries susceptibility to these vulnerabilities
- Mobile Application Security Testing Services include – Android, iOS, and Blackberry applications.
- We assess the security of mobile applications by testing for authentication, authorization, data confidentiality and integrity, device/application management, external interface, transport layer protection, and vulnerability to malware or virus.
- Wireless Security Testing Services include – WEP, WPA, and WPA2 security flaws, unencrypted wireless traffic, network misconfigurations. We ascertain how secure your wireless network is so as to prevent unauthorized access.
- Application Security Testing – IAS assesses if your web application has the following vulnerabilities: CRLF Injection (CVE-2012–1823) / HTTP Response Splitting (CVE-2011–1993), Broken Authentication and Session Management, Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF), etc.
- Penetration Testing – We test your network infrastructure for vulnerabilities through manual pen-testing or fully automated pen-testing. Penetration testing encompasses an attack on a single computer or network in order to break through its security and gain access to the rest of the system.
- Vulnerability Scanning – We scan your website for vulnerabilities. Features include: Open Redirects, Reflected XSS, Access Control Flaws, Server Side Request Forgeries, Cross-Site Scripting(XSS), Insecure Cookie Setting etc.
- Social Engineering – We carry out social engineering attacks to test your security. These include emails, phone calls, and physical access, with the goal of compromising the confidentiality or integrity of an organization’s information technology infrastructure and the data it holds.
- Wireless Security Audits – We test wireless networks for vulnerabilities that allow unauthenticated access to networks. We carry out insecure configuration checks, verify relationships and dependencies among devices on a wireless network, and search for rogue access points.
- Application Penetration Testing – We assess the security of corporate applications such as ERP Systems or custom web applications. These include Web Services, Java/J2EE-based Applications, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems, Supply Chain Management, Human Capital Management (HCM), and Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
- Zero-Day vulnerability – We continuously monitor the latest published zero-day vulnerabilities which are not yet known to the product vendor but have been discovered in the wild. We then develop an effective remediation plan for your organization to fix these issues before they can be exploited.
- Wi-Fi Risk Assessments – We assess the security of wireless networks using industry-standard tools such as Wigle WPScan, Kali Linux, and Backtrack to check for Open Authentication, Passive Vulnerability Scanning, Rogue Access Points, etc.
When Should security testing be done?
In general, a pen test should be carried out just before a system is put into operation. It is preferable to verify any new system or program before it goes into production.
Security Report by IAS.
A security assessment report is a document that, among other things, details the vulnerabilities discovered during the check and assesses their risk and need for action.
How to apply for Security Testing Services?
You can contact us or mail us to “firstname.lastname@example.org” about your requirements for Security Testing Services we offer. Once completing the application with details, IAS would be able to provide you a detailed quote for Security Testing.