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Requesting a penetration test on your latest release is as simple as clicking a button. Our security researchers swing into action and replicate hacker-like manual penetration testing activity on your cloud infrastructure and applications. You get online as well as PDF reports with screenshots of hacked areas.
Run a Dynamic App Security Tests any time you deploy a release on your staging environment. The scan covers both authenticated and non authenticated parts of the application and produces detailed reports with vulnerabilities and suggestions on fixes.
Run automated scans on your cloud instances to ensure that the operating systems don't leak sensitive information or give way to hackers. Each finding is validated to ensure that you see no false positives despite the automated nature of these scans.
Demonstrate your compliance by introducing multiple checkpoints for DevOps Penetration Testing before you deploy changes in production. Each finding can be retested after fixes have been deployed. This ensures that you fix application security gaps continuously and prevent any misconfiguration of underlying platforms.
Before we begin testing, BreachLock™ along with your company will determine the full scope that will be tested. Clear and open discussion with the customer is integral at this step. All communication is facilitated via our SaaS portal which enforces our methodical approach and promotes collaboration between teams. At this stage, we determine the companies’ infrastructure such as domains, servers, and other devices with IP addresses. We then determine if any should be excluded and why. Once we have a list of all of the devices to be tested we can then define the testing duration.
We begin to attack vulnerabilities and known weak spots with your web application. We perform this step with the utmost care in order to protect both the web app and your data. We repeat the penetration process using both manual processes and automated tools. We use many methods such as those prescribed in OWASP methodology. Utilizing our SaaS, we are able to scan your systems in order to find the vulnerabilities that are putting your data at risk. The results of this phase are recorded in PDF and online reports that are made available to you within our SaaS portal.
The BreachLock™ team collects and compiles all of the obtained information and provides the customer with an exhaustive report. We also include comprehensive recommendations to aid business leaders as well as the IT team in order to make logical decisions regarding web application security. We provide a list of each vulnerability, including how we tested and how we recommend resolving the risk. At this stage, we provide specific technical details using which the IT team can act quickly. Our online ticketing system can be used to ask any questions to BreachLock™ security researchers.
After both the business leaders and the IT team are able to read the report and act during the remediation process, we will retest to determine the effectiveness of findings resolution. We will rerun our penetration test on the web application. As a result of the retest, you can download an updated report from within our SaaS portal. This report will either show a clean build or a patched vs not patched status for each finding. If all vulnerabilities are solved we will also issue you a security certificate valid for 12 months.
. DevSecOps, integration of DevOps and security, is steadily getting popular along with slowly changing the traditional notions of how, when, what, why, and where security controls should be implemented in a development cycle. In this article, we will be discussing 6 best practices for the organizations looking to implement DevSecOps in their development environment.
In order to ensure that security is cohesively blended into DevOps, pen testing should be performed on an ongoing basis to keep up with the continuous developments. Realistically, manually performing penetration tests can be a tedious task as it might slow down the development process. And if that happens, following DevOps principles will yield no benefits.
DevSecOps integrates automated security activities designed to minimize the disruption or disturbance to operations and keep up the pace with innovation. The concept of DevSecOps shifts the focus from reactive to proactive. By implementing security measures early and often, the organization’s overall value increases. When DevOps evolves into DevSecOps, everyone benefits.