Application Penetration Testing Solutions
Today, many businesses assume that the applications they use to manage their employees, vendors, and customers are secure. Yet, some of the most well-known data breaches were due to web and mobile applications.
Regular penetration testing is a requirement to maintain a secure digital posture. Businesses count on applications to store client data, manage inventory, monitor inventory, and conduct transactions.
We pride ourselves on our manual application testing security skills, having tested many core web applications for the last ten years.
If you are looking for ethical hackers who enjoy the excitement and intensity of testing enterprise-level software with an unrelenting thirst for uncovering security flaws--you've found your team. We will help your organization build a more secure application.
Development Security Operations
DevSecOps - Developing applications prior to launch utilizes a blended approach of inspecting each line of source code to ensure security measures are in place while utilizing automated source code analysis tools. By coupling a manual review with an automated tool, our security professionals create a comprehensive approach to identifying security exposures. Our DevSecOps workflow and processes improve the security of newly developed applications before production.
Mobile Application Penetration Testing
Protect your Customer's Data - Where do you access your customer's data? Chances are you are using a mobile app on your phone to sync with colleagues, interact with your customers, and provide customer service to your prospects. This instant service could be vulnerable to session hijacking, weak access control, database command injection (SQLi), and many more attacks. We specialize in pen testing iOS and Android mobile applications.
When your customers ask about security testing, you will feel confident knowing your mobile app has been tested by Zelvin Security, a conflict-free third-party penetration testing firm. Call today to learn more about our testing experience.
Ask yourself: Where do you store your most precious client data? (It could be in an app on your phone.)