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Information Security Services (InfoSec):
In today’s data-driven world where technologies continually develop, information security can no longer be the sole responsibility of IT; it is a business issue to be driven by a leadership team. You need a holistic approach to information security that combines a range of products and services to ensure your organization has a solid foundation that is resilient for the long-term. That is where GRhombus can help as your trusted information security partner.
GRhombus information security services are led by our team of security testing experts, who brings an expertise and the combination of people, processes, and technology to customize and implement the security programs of an organization.
Vulnerability assessment is the process of defining, identifying, classifying and prioritizing vulnerabilities in computer systems, applications and network infrastructures and providing the organization doing the assessment with the needed knowledge, awareness and risk background to understand the threats to its environment and react appropriately.
Threat modelling is a process in which potential threats, such as structural vulnerabilities or the absence of appropriate safeguards can be identified and enumerated, and also mitigations can be prioritized. The purpose of threat modelling is to provide defenders with a systematic analysis of what controls or defences need to be included, given the nature of the system, the probable attacker’s profile, attack vectors, and the assets most desired by an attacker. Threat modelling answers questions like “Where am I most vulnerable to attack?”, “What are the most relevant threats?” and “What do I need to do to safeguard against these threats?”.
Advance Penetration Testing
Penetration test, also known as a pen test, is a simulated cyber-attack against your computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities. In the context of web application security, penetration testing is often used to augment a web application firewall (WAF).
Penetration testing can involve the attempted breaching of any number of application systems, (e.g., application protocol interfaces (APIs), frontend/backend servers) to uncover vulnerabilities, like unsensitized inputs that are susceptible to code injection attacks.Insights provided by the penetration test can help to fine-tune your WAF security policies and patch detected vulnerabilities.
Web Application Penetration Testing
Web Application Penetration Testing is done by simulating unauthorized attacks internally or externally to get access to sensitive data.
A web penetration helps end user to determine the possibility for a hacker to access the data from the internet, find about the security of their email servers and also helps to know how secure the web hosting site and server are.
Mobile Application Penetration Testing
The Mobile Application Penetration Testing Methodology is a form of security testing used to analyse security from inside of a mobile environment. The mobile application penetration testing methodology focuses on client-side safety, file system, hardware, and network security.
Network Penetration Testing
Penetration testing, also called pen testing or ethical hacking, is the practice of testing a computer system, network, or web application to find security vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit. The focal objective of penetration testing is to identify security weaknesses.
Static Code Analysis
Static analysis, also called static code analysis, is a method of computer program debugging that is done by examining the code without executing the program. The process provides an understanding of the code structure and can help to ensure that the code adheres to Security standards.
Dynamic Code Analysis
Dynamic analysis is the testing and evaluation of a program by executing data in real-time. The objective is to find errors in a program in real-time, rather than by repeatedly examining the code offline. By debugging a program in all the scenarios for which it is designed, dynamic analysis eliminates the necessity to artificially create situations that are likely to produce errors. Other advantages include reduction of testing cost and maintenance, identification and elimination of unnecessary program components, and to ensure that the program being tested is compatible with other programs.