Application Security Code Review

Application security code review is intended to find and fix mistakes introduced into an application in the development phase, improving both the overall quality of software and the developers' skills. Code review procedures are done in various forms such as pair programming, informal walk throughs, and formal inspections.

Group-IB's application security code review identifies weaknesses and vulnerabilities within your applications before they are exploited by malicious attackers. Group-IB provides you with the most beneficial and comprehensive information available to secure your applications.

Combining all code review techniques - static, dynamic, and manual analysis – Group-IB can identify both malicious code and backdoors written into applications as well as problems with functionality such as improper encryption that may lead to security issues.

Static application security analysis takes place during the implementation phase of a project and is a required practice in Microsoft’s Security Development Lifecycle. It is also one of the methods that can be used to mitigate security risks for applications that are required to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Tatic analysis source code testing is adequate for understanding security issues within program code and can usually pick up about 85% of the flaws in the code.

Dynamic application security analysis is the analysis of computer software that is performed by executing programs on a real or a virtual processor. For dynamic program analysis to be effective, the target program must be executed with sufficient test inputs to produce interesting behavior.

Manual testing process probes an application much more thoroughly than automated assessment tools that can produce generic responses and excessive false positives.

We are committed to security research and development – Identifying & responsibly publishing vulnerabilities in public and private software. Our aim is to provide the very best independent advice and a high level of technical expertise while creating long and lasting professional relationships with our clients.

In the technologies field, it is imperative that our team members are on the cutting edge. That is why our employees have earned several certificates: CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Specialist), CISA (Certified Information Systems Analyst), CEH (Certified Ethical Hacker), Extreme Networks Administrator, A+ Certification, Net+, MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional), and MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator).

We have more than 90 employees serving customers in more than 25 countries. Our clients include various banks, financial institutions, oil and gas companies, software and hardware vendors, telecommunications service providers from Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, EU, Russian Federation, UK, USA and Ecuador.

Group-IB employees participate in key IT-security conferences such as e-Crime, Cardex, APWG:Counter-eCrime Operations Summit (CeCOS), SCADA Security Summit.

Application Security Code Review

Clients receive the results in a detailed deliverable including both tactical and strategic recommendations.

Application Security Code Review

  • Group-IB is the winner of the annual business award "Company of the Year" in the field of Telecom & IT according to the business weekly "The Company" (2012);
  • Services from one of the leading companies in sphere of computer forensics and cybercrime investigations with extensive experience;
  • Our qualification is proved by various thank you letter from LEA and companies of different countries;
  • Unique experience in threat intelligence and vulnerability assessment.

Application Security Code Review

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