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Mobile Application Penetration Testing

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Mobile Application Penetration Testing

Here, URM conducts mobile app penetration testing services on mobile apps that are deployed to either Apple IOS devices or Android devices. The purpose of the review is to understand what vulnerabilities are present within the application to determine what a malicious user could do to the application to prevent it operating as intended.  URM, typically, suggests conducting the test against the OWASP Mobile Application Security Verification Standard (MASVS); this Standard defines two strict security verification levels, i.e., Medium Risk (Level 1) and High Risk (Level 2).  Each level aims to identify key security issues, such as data storage, privacy, authentication, network communications.  Where required, URM can perform the mobile application penetration test under the CREST OVS framework.

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Why URM?

As a CREST-accredited organisation, URM is able to provide reassurances that all the policies, processes and procedures which underpin its cyber security penetration testing have been independently assessed and deemed to be fit for purpose.  Furthermore, accreditation to the CREST OVS programme reflects URM’s commitment to employing highly skilled individuals who are able to deliver Level 1 and Level 2 ASVS and MASVS assessments for web and mobile applications.  With its CREST penetration testing URM is able to support you through the whole penetration testing process, providing support during all the phases of the project. URM’s expert team will assist you during the scoping phase, provide regular updates during the assessment, provide a debrief meeting at the end of the assessment and help you through the remediation process.

URM fully understands that the objective of penetration testing is to reduce the risk affecting your organisation’s assets. That is why URM includes a free retest of any high or critical vulnerabilities identified during an assessment in the first 30 days after the assessment, to ensure the highest risks are mitigated as quickly as possible.

One of the major differentiators between URM and other penetration testing organisations is its holistic approach. Not only can URM provide cutting edge pen testing services, but with its governance, risk and compliance background can also provide a whole plethora of policy, process and training solutions to address your security weaknesses.  Furthermore as a Payment Card Industry Qualified Security Assessor Company (PCI QSAC) URM has teams which can provide assessment (RoC) consultancy and PCI penetration testing services.

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