security testing

MicroGenesis helps protect businesses from security threats with our security intelligence, platform and solutions.

Our offerings include comprehensive security testing to protect the usability and integrity of your networks and applications throughout their development lifecycle. Our application security experts work with software architects, project managers, database administrators and developers to recommend security controls at every phase of the software development lifecycle (SDLC).

In understanding the ideal deployment environment, we help organizations uncover more potential security flaws in applications as well as network security threats.

Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST)

Dynamic application security testing can be thought of as testing the application from the outside in – by examining the application in its running state. The manner in which this type of security testing works is by poking and prodding applications in unexpected ways so as to discover security vulnerabilities.

Static Code Analysis

Static code analysis is an essential part of defense application development. Some of the reasons why this type of analysis is considered vital is due to its ability to:

  • analyze large amounts of source code in a considerably shorter amount of time than humanly possible
  • uncover potential weaknesses within a shorter timeframe
  • automate security knowledge and workflows

Vulnerability Assessment

We help organizations scan, investigate and analyze weaknesses in network security as well as identify devices on your network that are open to known vulnerabilities. In addition, our solutions report the level of risk associated with any security vulnerabilities discovered without actually compromising your systems

Penetration Testing

With a comprehensive coverage of tools, techniques, and methodologies for network penetration testing at our disposal, our solutions and expertise enable you to conduct high-value, end-to-end penetration testing projects in a step-by-step manner so as to identify exploitable vulnerabilities in networks, systems, hosts among other network devices