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Pavan guarantees that its Network Penetration Testing services will produce a report that contains absolutely no false positives, and are likely to identify vulnerabilities that can not be identified with conventional testing methodsLearn more
Pavan's Web Application Penetration Testing services are derived from the the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) and heavily augmented by Real Time Dynamic Testing. OWASP is the de facto standard for designing and testing secure web applicationsLearn more
PAVAN experts will help you hardening practices based on best known security standards and guidelines from well-known trusted references such as NIST SP-800 series of publications, CIS metrics and guidelines, DISA STIGs and so forth.
In today's connected world, software application resiliency takes an increasingly predominant role. The industry is facing new challenges in all markets, and with the continuous discovery of new vulnerabilities in more connected systems and sensors, customers need software systems to be secure, safe, and reliable out-of-the-box.How can you harden your software, be it new software, legacy software, open source, and/or 3rd-party software? Pavan group services can help your teams – from design to hardening implementation techniques, to run-time technologies – minimize risks of security breaches, data loss, and more.
Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) provides enterprises with a more comprehensive application evaluation than any single test alone. Using the Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) approach gives an organization a more detailed view of the threats facing its applications, enabling the business to better protect its systems and data from malicious attacks. Vulnerabilities can be found in applications from third-party vendors and internally made software, but most of these flaws are easily fixed once found.