Security Testing @ InfoBeans
The world of internet is growing rapidly day by day and web application security testing has become an integral part of software development industry. This is mainly due to the surge in the number of security breaches that industry is facing today. As new vulnerabilities are discovered every day and it’s nearly impossible to keep pace with them all.
“Keeping customer information secure and private is a top priority for InfoBeans”
In order to effectively address our client’s security testing needs, InfoBeans adopts the latest industry standards and testing methodologies to determine that an information system protects data and maintains functionality as intended. Over the last few months, InfoBeans has built up a foundation on security test scenarios and developed capabilities using both open source and licensed security testing tools. InfoBeans has the expertise in security testing for web applications and software products and now offers security analysis with reports and secure coding best practices.
Six basic security areas covered by InfoBeans Web Security a.k.a. IB-Sec Team
Accountability – Interchange of authentication information with some form of provable time stamp.
Authentication – Process by which a system verifies the identity of a user who requests to access it.
Authorization – Determining that a requester is allowed to receive a service or perform an operation.
Availability – Guaranteeing information and communications services will be ready for use when needed.
Confidentiality – The ability to control or restrict access so that only authorized entities can view sensitive information.
Integrity – Whether the intended receiver receives the information which is not transformed in transmission.
Leveraging security practices at InfoBeans, creates WOW in the services, we deliver to our clients.
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