Security Testing spans the need to cover Confidentiality, Integrity, Authentication, Authorization, Availability and Non-Repudiation of any Information System. Today, Security Testing is an indispensable part of Web application development life cycle due to increase in privacy breaches in businesses and organizations.
Testing-whiz embraces the industry standard testing methodology and keeps track of new vulnerabilities. Testing-whiz has repository of reusable Security test cases and gained proficiency in using Security testing tools (open source and industrial standard).Testing-whiz helps to identify business risks that are caused by the security vulnerabilities on in-house developed applications, COTS products or third party applications.
Testing-whiz has expertise in performing security / penetration testing on the web applications. It follows the industry standard guidelines by Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and Web Application Security Consortium.
Testing-whiz offers the following Security solutions:
- Web application penetration testing
- Product security testing
- Information Systems Risk Assessments / Security Audit
- Security Policy and Process Design
- Analyzing security vulnerabilities in the applications
- Analyzing security quality of internally developed applications
- Ensuring compliance with PCI standards, SOX, and HIPAA
- Advice on fixing loopholes and future security vigilance plan
- Comprehensive security analysis
- Potential security issue coverage
Testing-whiz spans the following in conceptualizing the Test Strategy and Planning :
- Areas of focus in application security testing
- Security software error model
- Common web and software application security errors—including backdoors, exception handling and failure notification, ID/Password and user account handling, information-leak, data tampering, parameter/variable tampering, SQL injection, buffer-overflow, client-side handling/mishandling, crosstie scripting, timing, initial defaults and other errors.
- Test planning and strategy process walkthrough
- Targeting the user interfaces
- Targeting the hidden interfaces
- File system interfaces
- Operating system interfaces
- Application/software component interfaces