Secure Code Review

Reduce overall development costs by identifying and eliminating security gaps within an application while still under development.

Our Solution

An application is as secure as its weakest link in code, that’s why starting early and removing code errors before they turn into security risks will be rewarded by lower software maintenance costs. Security should be at the core of any application development process, securing the code arguably brings the most security benefits compared to other activities.

Use of Recognized Frameworks

Our Secure Code Review methodology adheres to recognized and well-respected industry frameworks, including OWASP Software Security Assurance Process (OSSAP), ITIL Version 3 Service Lifecycle for Application Support, ISO/IEC 27034, NIST SP 800-37/64, and others.

Automated & Manual Reviews

Our process is composed of two parts: automated and manual code reviews. We select the best automated tool, optimize the configuration, and deploy the tool to scan for security vulnerabilities in the static source code. The manual code review follows – our Cyber Resiliency Experts review the source code and evaluate the findings for validity.

Advanced Threat Modeling

Threat Modeling has become an essential part of SDLC and ensures that applications under development have security built-in from the beginning. It helps to understand specific threats an application will face and implement defensive measures. Our Cyber Resiliency Experts develop proactive Threat Models that use the attacker’s viewpoint to assess threats and documents each step of the process.

Key Benefits

Undisputed Experience

Each of our Application Security Team members has over a decade of experience in Application Security.

Reducing Overall Costs

Implementing secure code practices from the very beginning ensures higher security and reduces your overall costs.

Active Prevention

Our Proactive Threat Modeling provides protection against advanced attackers by predicting their moves before they happen and implementing security measures to prevent them.