Intellisqa provide comprehensive security testing services to ensure seamless functioning of an application by addressing all potential issues especially mission-critical information.
Security testing is the most important and unforgettable part of the testing. This is the most important part because through our application client are share most valuable data. To save client valuable data from unauthorized access security testing is necessary.
Security Testing is the process to determine that an IS (Information System) protects data and maintains functionality as intended. The six basic security concepts that need to be covered by security testing are: confidentiality, integrity, authentication, authorization, availability and non-repudiation.
“There are number of steps to assure a company’s security firstly check all its controls (procedural controls, administrative controls, technical controls etc). The second step is to move into attack mode and check if every control, procedure, or product is configured or implemented properly. The third step is to do an audit.”
“We first do an internal audit for the company. Then an external threat is simulated by our experts. We have Certified Ethical Hackers to simulate internal and external threats.
Vulnerability assessment Methodology:
Step 1 : Study & scope the IT architecture & components for assessment
Step 2 : Determine the boundary of analysis
Step 3 : Identify asset owners & schedule tasks
Step 4 : Impact analysis for Active scans, which includes assessment of Service(s) or Server(s) scans in online production.
Step 5 : Plan for Downtime & Contingency, if applicableStep 6 : Estimate the scan process, based on the complexity of the target network(s) and host(s)
Step 7 : Define the scan Policy for each target. Scan Policy to define the level of scan – Information gathering, Policy checking, Port scanning, Password analysis, Attack stimulation etc.
Step 8 : Scan the targeted network(s) and host(s), based on the defined scan policy
Step 9 : Collect the scan results and analyze for security loopholes, configuration errors, default installation settings, overlooked setups, password quality, firmware/software revisions, patch fixes, security policy violations etc.
Step 10 : Submission of Assessment Reports with suggestions and recommendations to fix the vulnerabilities