Secure Software DevelopmentDeveloping a secure software development process is a big challenge. Vantage Point helps your team to set up a secure Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) that integrates the necessary processes, tools, and testing stages.
Software Security Program Design
With ever-increasing cyber-security threats and the pervasive access to information, CISOs are in need of a comprehensive software security program. Vantage Point helps your team to set up a secure Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) that integrates the necessary processes, tools, and testing stages. This strong foundation helps you to address security concerns early in the development lifecycle.
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Source Code Security Review
Vantage Point consultants are proven experts in application security and have extensive experience in the industry working with complex e-commerce, banking platforms and insurance platforms. In the source code review, we uncover vulnerabilities that exist deep within application logic or business controls. We find errors that automated tools miss, so you can be confident that the application is truly secure.
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If you don’t have a software security initiative, you need one.
BSIMM (pronounced “bee simm”) is short for Building Security In Maturity Model. BSIMM is a study of real-world software security initiatives organized so that you can determine where you stand with your software security initiative and how to evolve your efforts over time.
Bringing Science to Software Security – If you are ready to get serious about software security, this is the place to start.
The BSIMM can help you figure out how many people you’ll need in your software security group, what those people should do first, and what kinds of things they’ll probably be thinking about in a few years. If you already have a software security initiative, you can use the BSIMM to measure the maturity of your software security initiative over time.
- Measure and benchmark your software security initiative against 33 other financial services firms
- BSIMM describes software security initiatives at well-known companies.
- The BSIMM describes the work of 1,084 SSG members working with a satellite of 2,111 people to secure the software developed by 287,006 developers
Find out more about BSIMM at www.bsimm.com.