How we Assess Security
Kevadiya's comprehensive security audit services are designed to identify vulnerabilities, assess risks, and provide actionable recommendations to safeguard your organization. Our team of experts works closely with clients, offering a personalized approach and leveraging their extensive experience in custom software development and AI integration to address each client's unique security concerns.
- Initial Consultation: We begin with a thorough discussion with the client to understand their specific security concerns and objectives, as well as to identify the scope of the audit.
- Risk Assessment: Our team conducts a comprehensive risk assessment, analyzing potential threats and vulnerabilities associated with the client's systems, applications, and infrastructure.
- Data Collection: We gather necessary data and documentation, such as system configurations, network architecture, access control policies, and other relevant information.
- Security Testing: Our experts perform various security testing techniques, including penetration testing, vulnerability scanning, and code review, to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities in the client's systems.
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- Analysis and Evaluation: We analyze the results of the security testing to evaluate the effectiveness of the client's current security measures and identify areas that require improvement.
- Recommendations and Remediation:: Based on our findings, we provide the client with actionable recommendations to address identified vulnerabilities and enhance their security posture. We can also assist with the implementation of these recommendations if required.
- Integration: When building security into our systems, we follow industry best practices and standards, such as secure coding practices, regular security updates, and continuous monitoring to ensure a strong security foundation.
- Reporting: We deliver a comprehensive security audit report detailing our findings, recommendations, and any remediation steps taken. This report serves as a valuable tool for the client to track progress and maintain a high level of security.
- Ongoing Support and Monitoring: After the security audit, we provide ongoing support and monitoring services to ensure the client's systems remain secure and to address any emerging threats or vulnerabilities.
Various System Testing Methods
Kevadiya offers a range of security tests to identify vulnerabilities and ensure the robustness of your systems.
Penetration Testing (Ethical Hacking): Simulating real-world cyberattacks to identify exploitable vulnerabilities in your networks, systems, and applications.
Vulnerability Scanning: Using automated tools to scan your systems and networks for known vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and other security weaknesses.
Static Application Security Testing (SAST): Analyzing your application's source code, byte code, or binary code for security vulnerabilities, without executing the application.
Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST): Examining your running application for security issues by simulating external attacks and monitoring its behavior.
Web Application Testing: Assessing the security of web applications by evaluating vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), and broken authentication.
Mobile Application Testing: Identifying security vulnerabilities in mobile applications, including insecure data storage, weak encryption, and improper session handling.
API Security Testing: Evaluating the security of application programming interfaces (APIs) by testing for vulnerabilities like improper authentication, authorization, and data exposure.
Network Security Testing: Inspecting the security of your network infrastructure, including firewalls, routers, switches, and other devices, to identify weaknesses and potential attack vectors.
Wireless Security Testing: Assessing the security of your wireless networks and devices for vulnerabilities, such as weak encryption, rogue access points, and insecure configurations.
Social Engineering Testing: Simulating targeted attacks on your employees, such as phishing or pretexting, to evaluate their awareness of security threats and their ability to respond appropriately.
Configuration Review: Examining the security settings and configurations of your systems, applications, and devices to ensure they align with industry best practices and standards.