SECURITY TESTING | iLAB Software Quality Assurance

Security Testing: Know Your Enemy, Know Yourself

Whether you’re building or buying software for your organization, your biggest concern should be security.  Today’s security challenges lie in the fact that the digital attack surface has gotten a lot bigger. Where once hackers had to target a central location of key devices, today it’s expected there will be 4 billion people online by 2020, with at least 50 billion devices connected to the internet. Any one of them could be the source of a security breach. With our comprehensive protection solutions, you’ll at least know how a cyberattack could be coming at you, and what can be done to stop it.


We’ll identify all points of entry to your system, including files, sockets, hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) requests, named pipes, pluggable activities protocol handlers, malicious server responses, and so on.


Software also becomes vulnerable to attack when it’s transferring data to other places. We ensure all sides of any transmissions or transactions taking place in your software are secure.


We’ll make sure that the password requirements for your software are strong enough to withstand even the most devious attacks. That includes setting minimum password requirements and limiting the number of user guesses.


You want to be certain the script of your software itself isn’t overly vulnerable to common threats such as spoofing, URL manipulations, XSS, and SQL injections that could pull valuable data from your system.


We’ll help you think about each session as a unique occurrence, and strategize about how to defend against third-party infiltration, especially during valuable data transfers.


Many of today’s security risks are still physical. We’ll also help you determine what internal procedures can be established at your company to ensure a more secure environment for key information.


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