NetSentries' Code Security Assurance Service employs a comprehensive set of techniques and tools to detect all kinds of application code flaws related to Authentication, Authorization, Session management, Data validation, Encryption, Error-handling, etc.Let’s Start
Our methodology integrates a suitable cutting-edge Code Scanning and Analysis engine to pinpoint prevalent vulnerability patterns, complemented by manual scrutiny to unearth vulnerabilities stemming from gaps in business logic implementation and overlooked edge cases. These could potentially become points of compromise or trigger compliance lapses. The assessment goes beyond mere bug detection, aiming to illuminate gaps in the solution's design via contextual visualization. This approach guarantees the integration and intrinsic development of robust defence mechanisms within the solution itself.
NetSentries Code Security Assurance service supports all enterprise languages and is in alignment with AppSec standards and benchmarks, such as OpenSAMM, BSIMM, MISRA/MISRA C, OWASP ASVS OWASP MASVS,etc. In addition to the code security standards, the assessment also takes into account compliance requirements such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA, FISMA, etc. We also use the following standards to guarantee the highest possible quality in our software security testing practice:
At NetSentries, we leverage a range of offline AppSec testing methodologies to establish a comprehensive Defense-In-Depth strategy built into the code base.
We also provide on demand enablement and advisory support for:
We assist our clients in choosing the best remediation measures for detected flaws that cause security or availability problems or errors that can be abused by attackers. Instead of using a "one size fits all" approach that applies to all security vulnerabilities, each vulnerability is handled according to its business impact and context. This includes providing clients with appropriate bug tracking and risk score tools so they may make informed decisions about accepting, mitigating, or transferring risks.