Managed services for web, cloud and mobile app security
Posted on 05 June 2013.
Cenzic has expanded its Cenzic Managed Services for Enterprise Application Security which now includes four levels of service including a special compliance-ready assessment available for all types of organizations.

Powered by Hailstorm, the managed service offers a range of cloud, mobile and web application assessments remotely no software, no hardware and no installation needed.

With Cenzic Managed Services for Enterprises, Cenzic's security experts can remotely perform vulnerability testing on cloud, mobile and web applications with minimal resources and budget, while supporting security risk management throughout the software development lifecycle. After application vulnerabilities are identified, Cenzic provides risk mitigation recommendations to protect data and meet compliance requirements.

Cenzic Managed Services for Enterprise Application Security offers:

Secure code and analysis Inspects and analyzes software code during development and finds errors and potential vulnerabilities without running the code.

Development and pre-production scanning Tests the applications in development and staging environment as part of the software development lifecycle (SDLC).

Manual penetration testing Cenzic's professional security team will perform in-depth and customized testing for specific applications.

Safe production application testing Tests all web applications, web services and legacy applications in a safe manner, without impacting the production environment.

Production application real-time monitoring and WAF Integration Offers real-time monitoring of web applications in production, providing results in real-time to the WAF; automates the security policies to protect applications from the vulnerabilities detected.

Mobile application testing Cenzic can test the vulnerabilities in applications that have mobile connections.


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