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Security Testing Services

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Companies work with various programs and services that contain and process the personal data of customers and employees. They try to protect their information systems in many ways, including network security, passwords, authentication, anti-virus protection, etc. However, no security systems can guarantee complete reliability against hacker attacks. Therefore, mobile security testing, web app security testing, and web security testing are mandatory steps in any IT project. This process helps identify weaknesses in information systems that can be exploited to access data or steal confidential information and assess the level of data protection against three critical security aspects - confidentiality, integrity, and data availability.

Software Security Testing Services

Our team currently provides various manual and automated security testing services, each with its benefits and areas covered.
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Penetration Testing
With this method, QA engineers conduct a detailed analysis of the network and systems from the point of view of a potential attacker. They simulate cyberattacks to identify security weaknesses, which helps assess risk and improve application resilience against real threats. The essence of the check is an authorized attempt to circumvent the existing protection of information systems. As a result, using different methods and tools, we can determine how mechanisms respond to intrusion.
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Vulnerability Assessment
This method is aimed at finding and eliminating gaps in the system by QA specialists, through which an attacker can penetrate and steal critical data. It consists of scanning the system with special programs, checking code or settings manually, prioritizing vulnerabilities, and developing a plan to eliminate or mitigate them. This approach makes the system more secure and protected from attacks.
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Security Audit
It is a method of testing the system by QA analysts for compliance with safety standards and regulations to protect against external and internal threats, which helps to identify weaknesses in security policies and processes and make recommendations for improvement. It includes document analysis, staff interviews, system testing, risk assessment, and report of findings and proposals.
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Risk Assessment
Using this quality control method, QA engineers analyze the potential risks and threats of the system. They then develop mitigation strategies and measures to assess and prioritize remedial action. This process may include identifying assets, vulnerabilities, threats, and controls, analyzing the impact of activities, calculating risk levels, and developing a risk mitigation plan.
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Security Awareness Training
Information security training is a type of education aimed at increasing the knowledge and skills of employees, IT professionals, and other stakeholders on how to protect themselves and their organizations from cyber threats.

Types of Security Software Testing

Security Testing has various types and approaches that allow you to check different aspects of the security of information systems. The main types include the following:
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Penetration Testing
Penetration testing is an attack simulation performed by our QA security experts. In this way, we can identify vulnerabilities and demonstrate their possible consequences. In addition, an "ethical hacker" can use other types of testing (data collection, network analysis, vulnerability scanning) to conduct a final attack, use various methods and tools to penetrate the system, and test its resistance to cracking. This test helps developers improve the quality and reliability of their products and prevent data leakage or damage.
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Traffic Interception Testing
Traffic Interception Testing - this is a test method that checks the encryption level of the traffic. In addition, our security QA engineers can use special tools like WireShark to intercept traffic and examine its contents. The purpose of such testing is to confirm that the data transferred between different system components is reliably protected from viewing and modification by unauthorized persons.
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Vulnerability Scanning
This type of scanning is discovering, analyzing, and reporting vulnerabilities and flaws using automated tools. Our QA specialists use it to test applications from the external or internal point of view. External scanning does not require credentials. Internal requires signing in with a specific set of credentials and is conducted from the perspective of a trusted user and can detect more vulnerabilities, such as weak passwords, misconfigurations, or outdated software. The continuous scanning process can be customized using existing tools and custom solutions, giving confidence that your application and users are protected.
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Security Compliance Testing
This test method evaluates the compliance of a system or application with specific safety standards such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, ISO 27001, and others. This check shows how well the system meets the requirements of safety standards and identifies any irregularities or deficiencies.
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Access Control & Authorization Testing
Such testing will check the separation of access between users and system roles, the correctness of setting access policies, as well as checking the effectiveness of authentication and authorization mechanisms.
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Denial of Service Testing
This testing method allows you to assess the system's resistance to high loads. A DoS attack is usually performed by a single host, a network. While DDoS attacks are more powerful and are carried out by botnets from all over the world. The purpose of such testing is to identify and eliminate weak points in system performance and develop measures to increase its reliability.

Tools we use

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What Do We Test

Our experienced Luxe Quality team will analyze and determine the security of your product to do everything possible to ensure the reliability, availability, and protection of your service. We offer you software security testing of your technologies from different perspectives:

  • Network Services
  • Servers
  • Firewalls, IDS/IPSs, And Other Security Solutions
  • Application Protocol Interfaces (APIs)
  • Front End And Back End Of Applications
  • Benefits of Regular Security Testing

    Regular security testing gives you many positive results, such as:
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    Find and fix weaknesses in your applications, systems, and networks that could be a target for cybercriminals or hackers.
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    Assess and mitigate security risks that result in data loss or reputational damage as a result of security breaches.
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    Analysis of compliance with the standards and security requirements of your industry or organization.
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    Strengthening the trust and loyalty of your users and partners in your products and services protected from vulnerabilities.
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    Improving the quality and efficiency of software, provided that security testing is included in the development process.

    Why Choose Luxe Quality For Your Security Testing

  • Luxe Quality has a team of engineers who have deep knowledge and skills in the field of information security and conduct testing according to the best practices and industry standards such as OWASP, NIST, ISO, and others.
  • A complete cycle of testing is provided for your project, including threat and risk analysis, vulnerability testing, penetration testing, code and infrastructure security testing, security auditing, and security improvement consulting.
  • We always adapt our services to the needs and requirements of each client, taking into account the specifics of the business, application, and software, as well as its goals and expectations from security testing.
  • By choosing Luxe Quality as your business partner, you get a professional, high-quality, and efficient service to help you protect your application or software from potential threats or attacks.
  • Luxe Quality Security Testing Process

    This is a comprehensive process for checking the security of your software provided by Luxe Quality. It consists of the following steps:
    Analyzing security requirements and risks to set testing goals and priorities.
    Planning security testing using the IEEE 829 standard to prepare a document that contains the purpose, priorities, procedures, and impact of security testing.
    Choosing methods and tools for security testing depends on the type and features of the software. For example, vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, security auditing, etc.
    Performing security testing using selected methods and tools to detect and assess application, system, and network vulnerabilities.
    Documenting and reporting the results of security testing, indicating the vulnerabilities found, risks, and recommendations for their elimination or mitigation.
    Сontrol the correction of vulnerabilities or the implementation of compensatory controls to increase software security testing.

    Cooperation Models Luxe Quality Offers

    Luxe Quality offers two security control options:

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    One-Time Security Testing
    This is a one-time security check of your application before launch or update, in which QA specialists analyze requests and responses between different parts of your application and look for vulnerabilities. The purpose of such testing is not only the detection of errors and defects but also an assessment of the protection of your application at the time of testing.
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    Continuous Security Testing
    It is the process of checking for security vulnerabilities in web applications and IT infrastructure on an ongoing basis. Continuous security testing integrates security tools and practices into the DevOps pipeline so that security checks are performed automatically at every software development and delivery stage. Ongoing support includes re-testing after eliminating threats and vulnerabilities found earlier.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What does Security Testing mean?

    QA specialists conduct security testing of a system or application to identify weaknesses, threats, and possible security problems and their subsequent elimination.

    Why is Security Testing necessary?

    Security testing helps to identify gaps, threats, and risks in an application or system that attackers can exploit. Also, check for compliance with industry norms and standards to keep important information safe and sound. A security breach is a loss of reputation, money, and users.

    What is a Security Audit?

    A security audit thoroughly reviews an organization's information systems by comparing them against criteria such as rules or standards. It aims to identify weaknesses and, as a result, gives recommendations on ways and methods to improve the system's security in the future. The audit allows you to assess the security status at each technical level of the project.

    What is a Risk Assessment?

    This is an essential step in information security management, which consists in identifying and assessing potential threats to the organization's information resources. A risk assessment helps you determine how likely and severe a security breach or data loss might be due to these threats. Risk assessment aims to rank risks according to their degree of criticality and find effective measures to reduce or eliminate them. The process includes identifying assets, threats, vulnerabilities, probabilities, impacts, and control methods.

    What is Pen-Testing?

    Pentesting tests the security of computer systems, networks, or web applications by simulating attacks by malicious actors. It helps to assess the security level of a system and recommend measures to improve it.

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