Web App Scan is the automated service that scans for Web Vulnerabilities, this service identifies security vulnerabilities and criticalities of websites and web applications. A Vulnerability analysis is necessary to quantify risk levels and to provide the corrective actions needed for the remediation activity.
Network Scan is the automated Network Vulnerability Scan service. This tool scans the infrastructure and the devices on it to identify security vulnerabilities and criticalities. The Vulnerability analysis is necessary to quantify risk levels and to provide the corrective actions needed for the remediation activity.
Code Review is the automated tool for the static analysis of the source code. The Source Code analysis is a process that – trough the source code analysis of applications – verifies the presence and effectiveness of minimum security standards. Code verification is useful to be sure that the target application has been developed in order to “auto-defend” itself in its own environment.
GDPR Assessment is the Online Tool that allows companies to verify and measure their GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation – EU 2016/679) Compliance level. Swascan’s GDPR assessment tool provides guidelines and suggest corrective actions to implement in terms of Organization, Policy, Staff, Technology and Control Systems.
Swascan On premise is the CyberSecurity Testing Platform which allows to identify, analyze and solve all the vulnerabilities related to Corporate IT Assets in terms of websites, web applications, network and source code. It is an All-in-One platform that includes Web Application Vulnerability Assessment, Network Vulnerability Scan and Source Code Analysis services.
Domain Threat Intelligence
The Domain Threat Intelligence has the purpose and objective of identifying any public information available at OSINT and CLOSINT level relating to a given target. The activity of Threat Intelligence gathering is carried out through a process of research, identification and selection of publicly available information relating to the domain of interest.