Let Security Compass help build upon your current SDLC, application risk profile, tools, and risk management processes to create a secure SDLC framework for your enterprise. Our framework is flexible enough to help you get a hold of your application’s security requirements, penetration testing, and verification needs, including DAST, SAST, third-party verification, penetration testing and remediation in your preferred ALM tool throughout the entire application development life cycle.
Let us advise on policies, procedures, and application onboarding activities that can best fit your secure SDLC needs, whatever stage you’re in today. Our Consultants can advise on each stage of the secure SDLC, helping educate your teams, train your developers, work with vendors to integrate your tools, and provide expertise towards remediation efforts across your entire portfolio of applications.
Leverage this data to build an AppSec risk baseline of all your applications, allowing you to consolidate all your AppSec activities and easily report risk up to management and the board.
We work with you to identify known and unknown applications, building a profile of assets that may put your enterprise at risk if left unchecked. We prioritize the applications based on criteria such as business function, data sensitivity, exposure and more. Each application is assessed by priority, using the profile to inform the focus for each assessment, helping you understand the nature of each application in addition to risk level and vulnerabilities.
The result is an understanding of your risk exposure across all applications, allowing you to take action on short term remediation, or develop a secure SDLC framework around these assets for the long term.
We work with your security and development leads to understand your agile development methodology and use of continuous integration tools. We recommend and help pilot security activities that can be integrated into existing agile SDLC processes, partnering with your teams to ensure that your staff can continue to build at speed with security in mind.
An SDLC gap analysis is a thorough investigation of your application development framework and environment. We evaluate the strengths and gaps associated with your SDLC program, your program’s level of maturity compared to industry standards, and your organizational risk profile. Our goal is to generate an SDLC roadmap with recommendations for short-term, medium and long-term improvements over 2-3 years.
We work with your organization’s business stakeholders and developers to collect business drivers, assemble profiles of existing applications, and draft a reusable set of secure development standards that are tailored to your organization’s application needs.
We partner with your team to identify strategic business goals and work together to determine what types of security assessments would benefit your needs the most. Our managed security assessments provide an expert touch to periodic vulnerability assessments and penetration tests. Our consultants work with you to focus our weekly, monthly, or quarterly scan results in a way that meets business needs and integrates seamlessly with your team’s existing processes.
Focus more on strategy and less on the tactical execution of your security assessments. Security Compass can help you manage your security program needs. Our team of Consultants and Project Managers work with you to directly interface with your application business units, raise awareness of your security testing goals, work with your application teams on technical requirements, and execute assessments and vulnerability read-outs.
We ensure your application owners understand their action items, critical issues, and help facilitate remediation. This allows you to focus more on overall strategy, risk management needs and reporting to upper management.
We have expertise in developing and rolling out Centre of Excellence (CoE) Programs within large organizations. A CoE promotes one individual as a security champion within each relevant business unit. They become the local expert for software security within that unit, they champion security issues for their unit, and become corporate security’s liaison to that business unit. We provide education and training for these security champions on application security best practices so they are knowledgeable, keen, and ready to take on the role of a security champion.
A CoE program is a powerful way to help promote communication between business units and the security team, enabling complete, efficient and standardized security testing across the organization.
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Employees can be a major weakness to enterprise security. We can design custom phishing simulations to help you identify security awareness gaps within targeted business units, regions, or across the entire organization. Instead of only one simulation, this phishing simulation is repeated on a periodic basis, so that you can measure your improvements over time. We can also leverage various avenues of phishing such as spear phishing, malware, click tracking and more, allowing you to target your audience. This allows you to measure the effectiveness of your controls and changes made to your awareness programs, helping provide management with insight into the overall effectiveness of your security awareness program.
Our Advisory services team has more than a decade of experience focused on Application Security. We take a flexible approach to your strategic security problems.
Whether you are a global enterprise looking for advice on security strategy and governance, a major financial seeking support on regulatory compliance and penetration testing activities, or a startup looking for high quality assessments to give customers assurance for your business, we're here for you.Our credentialed professionals are experts in how to break applications and fix code, who take pride in helping you succeed in your Secure SDLC and Secure DevOps programs. Contact us today to learn how we can help solve your organization’s application security challenges.