Secure Code Review

Secure Code Review

Enabling the release of battle-tested applications.

The practice of secure code review is the means to improve one’s product, application or process through identifying errors, defects, bugs and security vulnerabilities. Any gaps or vulnerabilities identified are meant to be brought forward to the developers for remediation and resolution, which in effect, results in a more robust, resilient and secure product. SCR is an integral part of the development lifecycle.

Canary Trap’s Secure Code Review will provide a clear understanding of your application’s security posture at the code level. This exercise is best undertaken during the development phase and prior to scheduled application releases. This is to ensure clean and secure code is deployed into production.

Our elite team of security experts will leverage commercial tools to help identify which lines of code have errors, defects and bugs. From a security perspective, we will catalogue the lines of code which are vulnerable along with the tainted variables that create the identified vulnerabilities. Armed with this intelligence, your developers will be able to quickly understand and remediate any problem areas.

Canary Trap’s Report of Findings will provide developers with a complete end-to-end overview of each instance of the vulnerability, thus allowing them to quickly understand the nature of the problem for remediation.

Committing to undertake regular security assessments will help to ensure that your organization can remain vigilant and resilient to new and emerging threats. Undertaking a secure code review can assist with improved planning when it comes to business continuity and disaster recovery.

Canary Trap combines human expertise with sophisticated tools, proven methodologies and, where appropriate, threat intelligence to ensure a thorough, in-depth approach to security testing and assessments.

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Secure Code Review

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