Application Security Testing Services


Application Security Testing Services

Surrounded by software businesses today, organisations rely on their networking operations. The safety and security of these software is critical in minimising business from falling prey to cyber attacks that cause financial and reputational crippling. It is vital to have a robust application security strategy in place to lower business risks.
StrongBox IT offers comprehensive application security testing services tailored to meet the diverse needs of organisations across industries. With a focus on meticulous assessment and analysis, our team of skilled cybersecurity professionals conducts thorough penetration testing, code reviews, and vulnerability assessments to identify and remediate potential security flaws within your applications.

StrongBox IT’s Application Security Testing Services deliver

StrongBox IT’s Application Security Testing Services bolster the overall security posture of business organisations by identifying and addressing vulnerabilities within their applications.
We help mitigate the risks associated with potential security breaches and cyber-attacks Through comprehensive penetration testing, code reviews, and vulnerability assessments.
Our services ensure business applications comply with industry standards and regulations such as GDPR, HIPAA, and PCI DSS, reducing the risk of non-compliance penalties and legal consequences.
We help protect sensitive data handled and stored within applications, preserving confidentiality, integrity, and availability by identifying and fixing vulnerabilities.
We provide proactive security vulnerability identification and mitigation services to stop data breaches and cyberattacks that could harm the company's brand and undermine customer trust.
StrongBox IT's ongoing monitoring and support ensure that application security remains a priority, allowing for continuous improvement and adaptation to evolving cyber threats.

Choose StrongBox IT as Your Application Security Testing Company

Expertise: We have a team of skilled cybersecurity professionals with extensive experience in application security testing.
Customised Solutions: Our approach is tailored to meet each client’s unique requirements, ensuring effective and targeted security testing.
Proven Track Record: We have a proven track record of helping businesses identify and mitigate security vulnerabilities protecting their digital assets.
Commitment to Quality: Our testing methodologies prioritise quality and accuracy, delivering thorough and reliable results.
Industry Compliance: Our services help businesses achieve compliance with industry standards and regulations, reducing the risk of non-compliance penalties.
Continuous Support: We provide ongoing support and guidance to help businesses maintain a proactive security posture and address emerging threats.
With StrongBox IT as your security testing partner, you can trust that your applications are safe, allowing you to focus on your core business objectives with confidence.

When should application security testing be performed?

Security testing needs vary according to time, business models and environment. Nevertheless, with the introduction of DevSecOps, testing is encouraged even at an early stage, i.e. during the Software Development Life Cycle. Security best practices are to be feasible and efficient enough to detect vulnerabilities at an early stage in the process of building an application, so that they can be remediated before they become a bigger problem that costs time, money, and rework efforts later.

What tools are used for Application Security Testing?

There are a wide range of Application Security tools. Each of which are used for a specific case and function. Some of the most common include:

Static Application Security Testing

Static application security testing (SAST), also known as static analysis, is a methodology that analyses source code. It identifies security flaws that make applications vulnerable to attack. SAST inspects an application before the compilation. It’s also referred to as white box testing. The advantages and disadvantages of Static Application Security Testing (SAST) are listed below.
Fixing vulnerabilities is less expensive because it occurs at the beginning of the process.
Provides real-time feedback as well as graphical representations of the hindrances discovered.
Static Application Security Testing (SAST) helps identify the precise location of the faulty code and the vulnerabilities.
Customised reports that can be exported and tracked using readily accessible dashboards.

Dynamic Application Security Testing

Focuses on what's exploitable and covers all components to provide a holistic perspective of application security (server, custom code, open-source, services)
It can be incorporated into the development, quality assurance, and production to provide a continuous, holistic perspective.
The dynamic analysis allows for a more comprehensive approach to managing portfolio risk (thousands of apps) and can even scan legacy apps as part of risk management.
Functional app testing, unlike SAST, is not language bound, allowing for the detection of runtime and environment-related errors.
DAST simulates controlled attacks on a web application or service to detect security flaws in a running environment. It evaluates items during operation and provides feedback on compliance and general security issues. DAST is also referred to as “black-box” tools. These tools are utilised in the SDLC testing and quality assurance phases.

Penetration Testing

This manual application security testing is best for critical applications.
It is suitable for undergoing major changes.
The assessment involves adversary-based testing to discover advanced attack scenarios.

Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST)

IAS testing searches for known vulnerabilities inside the application’s functions
It simulates various scenarios in which a user runs or interacts with the application.

Software Composition Analysis (SCA)

SCA analyzes the libraries in an application for their origin.
As popular open-source software libraries often consists of public bugs, this is a form of analysis that has proven to be very effective in debugging the application.

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