Integration in IT security concepts

IT security concepts in companies, whether SMEs or corporations, are an essential part. Every software needs to be tested for various attack vectors. From a corporate perspective, it is generally important that a software integrates smoothly into the IT architecture of a company and meets the needs of the respective security concept.

 

WIAM® strives to align the software in general accordance with ISO / IEC 27002 which establishes guidelines and general principles for initiating, implementing, maintaining, and improving information security management in a company including best Security and addresses the following points in accordance

  • Information security measures and management processes     
  • Organizational Security     
  • Asset and HR Security     
  • Network and operating safety     
  • access control     
  • System development and maintenance     
  • Security incident management and emergency preparedness plan     
  • compliance

 

Having acquired vast experience and capabilities during years of experience, WIAM® supports companies in integrating the software into the IT security environment of the company and consequently, provides the following measures

  • Protection of data security and confidentiality
  • Code/ ID & architecture reviews
  • Description of manual test cases and programming of automated tests, e.g. in HPQC, ALM
  • Checks software and company-specific software to IT standards
    • Software Performance and application load testing, i.e. with HP LoadRunner
    • Vulnerability scans for automated checks of application and protocol weaknesses
  • Penetration tests for manual planning of external attacks, cross-site scripting, session hijacking, and much more.

 

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Example of Loadrunner components (Source: Hewlett Packard Development Company, LP)


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