A Web Application Security Assessment will help minimize the risk of data breaches which can be devastating to your business, both financially and in terms of company image.
Your Azure-based web applications will be examined to find security weaknesses and vulnerabilities that would give hackers an opportunity to damage or steal data processed in your system. This consulting service can apply to Azure Web Sites, Azure App Service, Azure Mobile Apps or servers that are deployed using Azure Virtual Machines.
**Security of platform might not be enough**
Adding a layer of assurance to platform security by including Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) can help you detect security vulnerabilities in the application. Regardless whether migrating to Azure platform is a part of the digital transformation process or creating greenfield state-of-the-art web applications, this can be a big support for your company.
**More Than Just OWASP Top 10**
To make sure that the application is safe not only from external attacks but also from malicious actions (such as accessing or stealing personal data by legitimate users who might exploit the elevation of privilege vulnerabilities in the system), we go beyond testing for OWASP Top 10 security risks. Running security testing against web application can also be used to test hosting platform’s security monitoring configuration (anomaly logging in Azure Monitor, Azure Web Application Firewall rule settings or your custom WAF appliance).
**Make Sure You Are Compliant And Safe**
Get your application ready for a compliance audit. Whether it’s GDPR, PCI-DSS, HIPAA or SOX – our Web Application Security Assessment will help you ensure your applications process data in a secure manner. While the Azure platform provides tools for creating secure apps, our consulting service will help you make sure that you are using them in the correct way.
* Test report showing found issues
* Actionable recommendations for issue mitigation
*Please note that the price may differ depending on the size of the system and required scope of testing.*