Web Applications

Cyber-attacks against public domain resources continue to be one of the common causes of data breaches. Many of these attacks are automated and do not target specific businesses, but rather scan the internet for known weaknesses to exploit.

There are many motivations for these attacks which include monitory gain, defacement, malware deployment, Denial of Service (DoS), to gain notoriety, or simply just for fun!

If your application is found to be vulnerable, malicious actors may use your application to host malicious content to be delivered to unsuspecting victims in other attack vectors.

Today's businesses large and small have an obligation now more than ever to provide a secure and safe online experience for their customers.

Many cybersecurity experts believe that it is not a case of 'if' you get attacked but rather 'when'. In most instances these breaches could have been avoided, the damage to a brands reputation due to cyber incidents does not bode well for any business.

"Hackers sentenced for SQL injections
that cost $300 million"

"The conspirators pried open
corporate networks
by using an attack that's
as old as dirt: SQL injection.

SOPHOS, https://tinyurl.com/sophos-nakedsecurity

Conducting a security assessment of your organisation's web applications allows you to identify weaknesses that may be present before the malicious attackers do, giving you the insight to understand the risks to your business and customers, and giving you the required understanding to remediate the concerns.

Identifying concerns is the first step towards the remediation of them.

Laneden works closely with our clients to understand their drivers and build an appropriate scope of works.

Providing a thorough and independent examination of your applications to identify any security concerns within your application and the services they reside on.

A comprehensive report is written, containing an executive summary which gets right to the point of the associated risks identified, consumable by anyone in the organisation regardless of the technical background.

Along with enough detail to allow you to not only understand the potential attack vectors but also concise and clear guidance on how to carry out remediation works.

"His research, out Tuesday, points to hackers injecting code directly onto the company's website which the airline used
shared on both the website and
the mobile app.