Assess your web assets for attacks Injection. Cross Site Scripting. Insecure Direct Object References. Sensitive Data Exposure. Cross Site Request Forgery. Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards.

Almost all of the applications available are web applications. But, most organisations are content doing a VA of the web server and skip the web app. What's your strategy?
Contact us now for an end to end secure web application!

With all of your data accessible in some way or the other from the Net... a venue which no can map nor control, securing your web applications on a regular, if not everyday basis is of paramount importance. Our web security assessment service provide you with an indepth assessment of the effectiveness of the security controls you have in place to protect your web applications and identify flaws that could be exploited by attackers

Combining the latest scanning technologies, methodologies and deep expertise, our web application vulnerability scanning service is designed to significantly reduce the risk of an external or internal breach. Our team uses comprehensive framework for assessing the security of web-based applications based on OWASP, WASC and others.

Our NexGen approach to assessing your web application:

Take aways to the take your web app security to the next level:

  • Executive Reports summarizing by business area, assets and services.
  • Remediation Reports with detailed steps for administrators and developers.
  • Regulatory Compliance (PCI, HIPAA, GLBA, SOX, FISMA, RBI and COBIT requirements) and Policy Violation reports.
  • Trends report to monitor progress.
  • CIO Dashboard (Security Monitoring Dashboard Only)
  • Vulnerability Management portal
  • CxO dashboard.
  • Two-factor authentication, SSL data encryption & real time DR backups.
  • Online Submission and tracking of VA/PT tasks.
  • Customizable reports available only in secure repository with encryption
  • Assign vulnerabilities to team member for closure with time limit.
  • Team members can mark vulnerabilities as “Closed” and upload evidence.
  • Track closure of vulnerabilities identified.