Dev – Sec – Ops

Don’t just take security for granted. In today’s day and age, where all applications or environments are highly accessible by the world wide web, it is of the utmost importance to keep your information secure.

DevSecOps

 

Whether you call it “DevOps” or “DevSecOps,” it has always been the ideal goal to include security as an integral part of the entire application life cycle. DevSecOps is about built-in security, not (only) security that functions as a perimeter around apps and data. If security remains at the end of the development pipeline, organisations adopting DevOps can find themselves back to the long development cycles they were trying to avoid in the first place.

We provide DevSecOps for your webapplication or e-commerce environment from build to run. 

Detailed, yet understandable reports containing our findings, analysis and possible solutions will be handed over after each audit.

Take action

Our security specialists will undertake action to mitigate the problems. nFuse will work together with the development teams to ensure secure coding is maintained.

The defined perils are:

  • Data loss
  • Regulatory compliance violations
  • Compromised credentials
  • Hacked APIs
  • Advanced persistent threats (APTs)
  • Hijacked accounts or traffic
  • DoS and DDoS attacks (denial of service; distributed denial of service)

Are you interested?

Have a chat with us!

 

Security As A Service

Don’t just take security for granted. In today’s day and age, where all applications or environments are highly accessible by the world wide web, it is of the utmost importance to keep your information secure.

SECaaS

 

We provide SECaaS for your webapplication or e-commerce enviroment. By using advanced tooling we can fingerprint and scan for vulnarabilities.

Detailed, yet understandable reports containing our findings, analysis and possible solutions will be handed over after each audit.

Take action

Our security specialists will undertake action to mitigate the problems. nFuse will work together with the development teams to ensure secure coding is maintained.

The defined perils are:

  • Data loss
  • Regulatory compliance violations
  • Compromised credentials
  • Hacked APIs
  • Advanced persistent threats (APTs)
  • Hijacked accounts or traffic
  • DoS and DDoS attacks (denial of service; distributed denial of service)

Are you interested?

Have a chat with us!