The main challenge in application development is identifying repeatable, predictable software development processes that ensure productivity, as well as defining requirements in terms of functionality and security parameters.
However, although lack of functionality causes some security defects, excess functionality can cause even more.
No matter how impeccably software is developed, there is still potential for an attacker to exploit security weaknesses. This is why considering application security both at the network level and within applications themselves is critical. Also, by proving that the application has gone through thorough security testing, potential users can have increased confidence that their data is secure and safe.
Application security assessment should focus on the highest risk areas within applications, issue report generation, and most importantly, deliver remediation advice. And, as a welcome by-product, the details gained from security assessments can be used to define incident response protocols.
By integrating security considerations at the beginning of application development lifecycles, developers and testers can locate and prevent defects that they may not have spotted otherwise.
At a minimum, application security assessment should cover codebase analyses (to locate code that could result in security vulnerabilities), penetration testing (using proprietary methods to leverage a threat model), and implementation of controls, selected to protect the application against identified vulnerabilities.
Utilizing preventative measures such as application security assessment enables service delivery partners to streamline programming processes and improve the end-solution quality.
Reduce risks and ensure your application meets adequate security compliance.
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