WEB APPLICATION SECURITY AUDIT
You can no longer ignore the security of your Web applications. Web applications collect personal, classified, and confidential information such as medical history, credit and bank account information and user satisfaction feedback. Additionally, if your organization is bound by legislation or industry compliance such as HIPAA, GLBA, PCI, or Sarbanes-Oxley to protect the privacy and security of personally identifiable information, and hackers can get at this sensitive information, you run the risk of being found guilty of non-compliance.
- • Web applications constitute more than 60% of total attack attempts on the Internet
- • More than 80% of vulnerabilities arise from SQL injection and Cross-Site Scripting flaws in both open source and custom-built applications.
One of the most significant benefits of the Cyber-Hunt Web Application Assessment is the peace of mind you’ll experience knowing your web applications are free of weaknesses that could enable unauthorized intrusion or compromise sensitive data. In addition, the assessment will:
- • Verify applications are properly configured to prevent unnecessary data from being revealed
- • Validate user authentication processes; password reset mechanisms and session management schemes
- • Reasonable and competitive rates
- • Identify strengths and weaknesses of web applications in terms of overall security
- • Prioritize exposures that present greatest risk
- • Deliver an actionable report including executive summary and remediation recommendations.
Don't let hackers deface your website, damage your image and reputation, and gain access to sensitive information. Cyber-Hunt website security audits and assessments help you identify, manage, and reduce your risks. As Certified Information Systems Auditors, Cyber-Hunt offers a full range of audits and assessments including:
- • Website security vulnerability assessments
- • Website compliance audits and industry requirements
- • Certified Auditor Letter to satisfy customer requests
- • Initial and follow-up audit after corrective action
- • Enhance application and information security
Cyber-Hunt, uses a comprehensive framework for assessing the security of web-based applications. This framework includes checks for:
- Invalidated Input Parameters;
- Broken Access Control
- Broken Authentication and Session Management
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
- SQL and Command Injection
- Improper Error Handling
- Buffer Overflows
- Insecure Configuration Management
We also provide remediation advice for those items discovered during the audit, as well as ensure you understand their overall context within the framework of web application security. Cyber-Hunt can also provide consulting services and work with you to fix problems and achieve compliance with government or industry regulations.
Contact us to find out how Cyber-Hunt can help you secure your web applications and keep your business running effectively.Website Security
Cyber-Hunt reviews your website for security vulnerabilities. We provide you with a Web Security Assessment Report of our scope, identified vulnerabilities, and recommendations to secure your web applications. Our report includes a prioritized risk response executive summary of tasks that eliminate or reduce your risks.
We’ve been 100% successful in finding threats that others have missed. At Cyber-Hunt, our goal is to make sure you’re protected on every front. That’s why we’re the only firm that can offer unsurpassed assurance that we will find security risks that others have missed.Why Cyber-Hunt
We provide you with options, each with its own pricing to provide you with the best value possible Cyber-Hunt provides:
- • Prioritized recommendations to secure your website
- • Certified Auditor Letter for your clients so they know your web application is secure
- • Cyber-Hunt Secure Seal provides your visitors peace of mind
- • Reasonable and competitive rates
- • Excellent reputation and many satisfied clients
- • Follow-up assessment - ensure your holes are closed and no new vulnerabilities were created