Web based and mobile applications have become increasingly important for business operations. That’s why security is becoming a key concern during development. Today’s applications are often accessible over networks and therefore more vulnerable to a wide variety of threats.
Using the OpenSAMM framework from OWASP we help you plan built in security measures and a sound application security routine to minimise the likelihood that unauthorised code will be able to manipulate applications to access, steal, modify, or delete sensitive data.
In previous blogs you could already read about what threat modeling is, and about the 4 steps. In practice, however, threat modeling is more than just a technical analysis of your application. The threat landscape is constantly evolving, and…
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I had an interesting conversation with Prof. Dr. Jan Verelst of the University of Antwerp. They (Prof. Dr. Jan Verelst together with Prof. Dr. Herwig Mannaert) created the theory of normalized systems.
A normalized system is created following…
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Did you know that the GDPR and SDLC re-inforce each other and that the GDPR can be used as the ideal business case to start with SDLC? Siebe and I explained how and why during the OWASP AppSec Europe conference in Belfast. Couldn’t attend?…
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Senior Application Security Specialist
You identify security risks and improve software security to help our customers build and maintain secure applications that their business and their users can trust. Our customers will come to you with their concerns about the security of their applications. By offering your expertise, you will help them get peace of mind.
You verify the security levels of our clients’ networks and applications. Using your creative technical skills, you can think of original ways to circumvent the protective measures that have (or haven’t) been applied. You find ways to get into and exploit their crown jewels. Our clients will come to you for security advice whenever they make changes in the network, system and application architecture. You will be the one to assess the risk of these changes and propose a safe way forward.
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