VAPT & Application Security Assessments

VAPT & Application Security Assessments

Vulnerability assessment is the process of identifying and quantifying vulnerabilities in a system. A vulnerability assessment is what most companies generally do, as the systems they are testing are live production systems and cannot afford to be disrupted by active exploits that might crash the system.

Penetration Testing can be used to find Flaws in Specifications, Architecture, Implementation, Software, Hardware, And many more.

Application Security Assessments are forms of stress testing, which exposes weaknesses or flaws in a Web/Mobile Application also can be termed as an art of finding ways to exploit Web/Mobile Application.

  • External Vulnerability Assessment (ASV Scan)
  • External Penetration Testings (External PT)
  • Internal Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (Internal VAPT)
  • Mobile (Android/iOS) Application Security Testing (Special Offer)
  • Web Application Security Testing (Special Offer)
  • Application Programming Interfaces Testing (API Testing)
  • Segmentation Penetration Testing

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VAPT Approach:

  1. Scope or Goal Definition
  2. Information Gathering
  3. Vulnerability Detection
  4. Information Analysis and Planning
  5. Penetration & Privilege Escalation
  6. Result Analysis & Reporting
  7. Clean-up

Application Security Assessments Approach:

  1. Scope or Goal Definition
  2. Application Discovery
  3. Infrastructure Analysis
  4. Threat Assessment
  5. Vulnerability Assessment
  6. Exploitation Attempts
  7. Deliverables

“There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that will be.” ~ Robert Mueller, FBI Director, 2012.

In the era of emerging security threats and technological advancements, it is essential to

  • Identify the security weaknesses within business critical environments and applications
  • Prioritize them based on the impact they might have on your business
  • Plan necessary actions for closure before the threat is materialized

Making these scans and testing as part of your regular security assessment schedule also gives a competitive edge in the area of security.


IRDAI asks insurers to run ICT security audit on priority basis.

The insurers should take `immediate steps’ for conducting the audit of their systems including Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Tests (VAPT) through Cert-in empanelled Auditors, identify the gaps and ensure that audit findings are rectified swiftly,’’ it said in a communication.