Web Application Penetration Test (WAPT)
A Web Application Penetration Test (WAPT) provides a picture of the security of Web applications used by the client, exposed on the Internet, or otherwise deemed critical. The goal of a WAPT is to provide a reasonable estimate of the results an attacker might reach, and the knowledge and skills needed to obtain them.
Web Service Penetration Test (WSPT)
A Web Service Penetration Test (WSPT) evaluates the security of Web services (e.g., SOAP, REST) with programmatic access (e.g., machine-to-machine) that are internal or exposed on the Internet. The goal of a WSPT is to provide a reasonable estimate of the results an attacker might reach, and the type of knowledge and skills needed to obtain them.
Mobile Application Penetration Test (MAPT)
A Mobile Application Penetration Test service assesses both the security of the application’s code and the back-end systems with which it interacts.
The activity will be finalized with the submission of a final Technical Repor containing a detailed description of all issues identified, recommendations for their mitigation, and a description of the methodologies used.
Secure Code Review (SCR)
The Secure Code Review service consists of identifying any defects in the source code of the software under analysis, which could lead to security issues.