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What is a source code audit?

Websec's source code vulnerability audit is a systematic examination of the source code of your network and applications, in order to reveal vulnerabilities that can lead to potentially debilitating breaches of security, whether accidental or malicious in nature. Poorly-written and incompletely updated source code is one of the leading vulnerabilities for businesses of all sizes. Websec is a leader in providing efficient and effective source code auditing techniques – a Websec source code vulnerability audit is the first line of defense in keeping you safe and secure.

What do we do?

With known risks in mind, and the ability to locate those risks that are lurking deep below the surface, Websec will test and evaluate your source code to find weaknesses that are exploitable by accident or design. Just a few of the features we offer as part of our vulnerability audit:

  • Immediately define all of your existing security issues
  • Reduce the likelihood of damage or breach due to accidental misuse of assets.
  • Provide your employees with best-practices awareness goind forward
  • Ensure your compliance with any applicable regulations, as well as acquire and maintain any required certifications.

Don't wait for problems to find you! A Websec source code vulnerability audit can help you close security and quality-assurance flaws early in their lifecycle, that could otherwise cost you dearly in lost revenues, brand identity, and customer loyalty. Our security experts provide you with a thorough report that details all of your existing source code deficiencies, as well as a list of solutions to prevent resulting vulnerabilities. We provide you with a core-competent security solution that protects you for the long run.

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Latest News

Blackhat EU 2015
Websec participated with two tools at the Blackhat, EU Arsenal held in Amsterdam, NL from the 10-13 of November, 2015. During this event, we introduced our brand new tool "credmap: The Credential Mapper" and also presented an amped-up version of Panoptic.

BSides Vancouver 2015
Websec is proud to announce that we will be attending the 3rd annual edition of BSides Vancouver, a local non-profit information security conference held in the heart of Vancouver, BC on March 16 and 17.