WHAT IS IT?
Ciklum’s QA Security service ensures that your software product can resist malicious attacks. We find security weaknesses through manual review and automated testing. Our team detects security vulnerabilities and prevents attacks on your applications and on your company networks and servers.
WHO IS THIS FOR?
Businesses wishing to find and eliminate vulnerabilities and weakness of software applications
Projects that require security evaluation of system resources and data against potential intruders
Firms that require the latest secure encryption technologies for their software application
Financial institutions that need effective protection for their online payment solutions
WITH QA Security Service YOU GET:
We perform a security audit of your software, enabling you to make informed decisions about your future security enhancements
Our security testing insures you against legal liabilities and penalties for having weak security measures in place
Ciklum`s QA team consists of 50 experienced testing engineers who are certified in OSCP, CIPA and eWPTX. We align your corporate QA practices with the latest industry standards
QA security training and education
We evaluate your personnel and train staff for the specific needs of your projects
Reduction of costs and time loss
Software downtime caused by hacking leads to additional costs, loss of your reputation and additional costs for recovery. We protect you from such losses
Retention of customer trust
Our security testing solutions enable you to deliver a highly-secured product that satisfies your clients’ requirements for data accuracy and consumer privacy
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ensure your application resists hostile cyber attacks
HOW IT WORKS
Ciklum`s security testing is based on a wide methodological base and the latest web, mobile applications and infrastructure assessment tools
We tailor our security testing solutions to your requirements, so that they target weak points of your software product
We implement penetration testing best practices to find critical vulnerabilities in your software product that could be exploited
How QA Security Service worked for Dan Domain: