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    Security and Scalability

    Combining extensive experience and advanced testing technologies, Pulp Strategy deploys professional expertise to build security into your software and applications at every stage of the development lifecycle.

    FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH TO SECURITY

    Fundamental Approach To Security
    • Threat Assessment
    • Security Implementation
    • Monitored Maintenance

    FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH TO SECURITY

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    • Threat Assessment
    • Security Implementation
    • Monitored Maintenance

    Creating an application framework with robust implementations of common security functionality such as encryption, permissions, and secure IPC.

    Encryption

    Encryption enables constructing and analyzing protocols that prevent third parties, or the public from accessing private messages, secure information such as confidential data, data integrity and authentication. EncryptionEncryption is applied to protect sensitive data secured by passwords, electronic commerce or credit cards. We use HMAC encryption along with Auth Token handshake. To save P1 sensitive data, we adhere to
    PCI-DSS security guidelines and ensure compliance.

    Security with HTTPS and SSL(Handshake)

    Secure Socket Layer is the common building block for encrypted communications between clients and servers. Using SSL correctly prevents malicious entities from Security with HTTPS and SSL (Handshake) intercepting application data over the network. This pair of asymmetric keys are used in the SSL handshake to exchange an additional key for both parties to symmetrically encrypt and decrypt data. The client uses the server's public key to encrypt the symmetric key and send it securely to the server, and the server uses its private key to decrypt it.

    Creating an application framework with robust implementations of common security functionality such as encryption, permissions, and secure IPC.

    Encryption

    Encryption

    Encryption enables constructing and analyzing protocols that prevent third parties, or the public from accessing private messages, secure information such as confidential data, data integrity and authentication. Encryption is applied to protect sensitive data secured by passwords, electronic commerce or credit cards. We use HMAC encryption along with Auth Token handshake. To save P1 sensitive data, we adhere to PCI-DSS security guidelines and ensure compliance.

    Security with HTTPS and SSL(Handshake)

    Security with HTTPS

    Secure Socket Layer is the common building block for encrypted communications between clients and servers. Using SSL correctly prevents malicious entities from intercepting an application data over the network. This pair of asymmetric keys is used in the SSL handshake to exchange an additional key for both parties to symmetrically encrypt and decrypt data. The client uses the server's public key to encrypt the symmetric key and send it securely to the server, and the server uses its private key to decrypt it.

    End-to-end Security

    Based on an assessment of project needs, security environment and, business sensitivity, we select a mix of optimized security checks for comprehensive security compliance for your software.

    Vulnerability Scan and Assessment

    Threat Assessment
    Threat Assessment
    Threat Assessment
    Threat Assessment
    Threat Assessment
    Website and App Security Web Application Security
    Security Implementation
    Security Implementation
    Security Implementation
    Security Implementation
    Security Implementation

    Penetration Testing

    Penetration-testing methodologies are used for web applications to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.

    We are compliant and follow OWASP testing guidelines

    Before SDLC

    Policy and Standards
    Policy and Standards Develop Metrics
    Develop Metrics
    Awareness
    Guidelines
    Guidelines

    Define & Design

    Security Requirement
    Security Requirement Threat Modeling
    Threat Modeling
    Building
    Building Guide
    Building Guide

    Development

    Code Walkthrough
    Code Walkthrough Code Review
    Code Review
    Review
    Code Review Guide
    Code Review Guide

    Deployment & Maintenance

    Application Testing
    Application Testing Management Reviews
    Management Reviews
    Test
    Testing Guide
    Testing Guide
    Guidelines
    Guidelines
    Building Guide
    Building Guide
    Code Review Guide
    Code Review Guide
    Testing Guide
    Testing Guide