Web Applications

SGS Technologie is an experienced web application development and web maintenance firm in Texas with headquarters in Florida. We recognize that cyber-attacks have become rampant and have been most widely attacking enterprises’ core business web applications. But SGS always envisions the future and this is how we ensure that all web apps along with other software we develop meet the highest standards of security.  In addition, SGS also secures the security of existing web applications. That is, we ensure that corporate web apps are maintained and remain secure 24/7. Comprehensive testing is done on the security and performance of applications. Steps we take for this are:

Preparation of Plans

We always keep ready an Incident Response and Recovery Plan. The various phases of our Incident Response Plan include Identification, Containment, Eradication, Recovery, and Post Incident Activity. The first phase of this plan includes determining security breaches such as XSS attack, LDAP injection, failure to restrict URL access, SQL injection attack, and OS command injections. Steps are then prepared to mitigate the impact of incidents on various targeted environments. In addition, disaster recovery plans are created.

Web Application Firewalls

Web Application Firewalls (WAF) are utilized to safeguard them from cyber-attacks.  The firewall features we implement include application attack detection, common protocol support, SSL termination to support HTTP along with HTTPS, and visible virtual patching. 

Adopt and Upgrade

Whenever changes are made to the application with releases, the latest technology Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) is an effective option to be used. This approach helps reduce human intervention and safeguard web applications from threats. 

Contain Firewalls
    
A container is a standard software package that combines an application’s code with the related configuration files and libraries along with the dependencies required for the app to run. SGS will use specific container firewalls to inspect traffic within the container and protect the application from attacks that arise internally. With this, we protect the workloads, application services and stacks during run-time. 

Assessments of Security Processes

SGS uses advanced tools to assess the Software Assurance Maturity Model. With them, a comprehensive check is generated for testing the security of web applications and to ensure that no vulnerabilities are left during the testing process.

Fixing Speed of Response

Whenever a security vulnerability is identified, we prioritize the speed of remediation. Based on the severity of vulnerabilities, SGS resolves the issue within a specified time frame such that business risk is minimized.

These are some core strategies we implement to ensure the security of web applications.  More can be addressed based on specific requirements and industry objectives. Reach out to SGS for a quick discussion on how your web app can be maintained and perhaps enhanced. We have offices in Jacksonville (Florida), Tallahassee (Florida), and Frisco (Texas). 
 

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How SGS Secures Web Applications

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SGS Technologie is an experienced web application development and web maintenance firm in Texas with headquarters in Florida. We recognize that cyber-attacks have become rampant and have been most widely attacking enterprises’ core business web applications. But SGS always envisions the future and this is how we ensure that all web apps along with other software we develop meet the highest standards of security.  In addition, SGS also secures the security of existing web applications. That is, we ensure that corporate web apps are maintained and remain secure 24/7. Comprehensive testing is done on the security and performance of applications. Steps we take for this are:

Preparation of Plans

We always keep ready an Incident Response and Recovery Plan. The various phases of our Incident Response Plan include Identification, Containment, Eradication, Recovery, and Post Incident Activity. The first phase of this plan includes determining security breaches such as XSS attack, LDAP injection, failure to restrict URL access, SQL injection attack, and OS command injections. Steps are then prepared to mitigate the impact of incidents on various targeted environments. In addition, disaster recovery plans are created.

Web Application Firewalls

Web Application Firewalls (WAF) are utilized to safeguard them from cyber-attacks.  The firewall features we implement include application attack detection, common protocol support, SSL termination to support HTTP along with HTTPS, and visible virtual patching. 

Adopt and Upgrade

Whenever changes are made to the application with releases, the latest technology Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) is an effective option to be used. This approach helps reduce human intervention and safeguard web applications from threats. 

Contain Firewalls
    
A container is a standard software package that combines an application’s code with the related configuration files and libraries along with the dependencies required for the app to run. SGS will use specific container firewalls to inspect traffic within the container and protect the application from attacks that arise internally. With this, we protect the workloads, application services and stacks during run-time. 

Assessments of Security Processes

SGS uses advanced tools to assess the Software Assurance Maturity Model. With them, a comprehensive check is generated for testing the security of web applications and to ensure that no vulnerabilities are left during the testing process.

Fixing Speed of Response

Whenever a security vulnerability is identified, we prioritize the speed of remediation. Based on the severity of vulnerabilities, SGS resolves the issue within a specified time frame such that business risk is minimized.

These are some core strategies we implement to ensure the security of web applications.  More can be addressed based on specific requirements and industry objectives. Reach out to SGS for a quick discussion on how your web app can be maintained and perhaps enhanced. We have offices in Jacksonville (Florida), Tallahassee (Florida), and Frisco (Texas). 
 

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