What If a Gateway for Hackers Was Hidden in Your Source Code?

24. October 2019

Code Review – the Supreme Discipline of Security Analyses

Businesses today invest a lot in a wide range of security measures to protect their infrastructures from attacks. These include working with certified vendors, ensuring secure business operations, training employees to increase their security awareness, implementing an incident response process and much more. But what if the affected application already has a built-in security gap that nobody knows about?

In a Code Review, the supreme discipline of security analyses, the source code of an application is examined. Professional security analysts detect vulnerabilities in the code that allow attackers to view, modify or steal sensitive data without permission.

Read more about the supreme discipline of security analyses on the usd website.

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