Agile Development Testing
Flexible testing to provide cybersecurity assurances throughout the development lifecycle
What is agile development testing?
Traditional penetration testing typically takes place at the end of the development lifecycle, prior to go-live, ensuring that no major security flaws are present. This approach certainly has its place, and we would always recommend testing whole applications and systems annually.
However, in today’s fast-moving DevOps world, this approach should be complemented with flexible, less time-consuming and more ad-hoc testing. Testing that fits with the agile development methodology.
In these cases, clients don’t want a full penetration test of their entire application. Rather, they want to spend a short amount of time looking at a particular update, or a new feature of the application, delivering findings quickly via a ticketing system, or even over a Slack channel.
Our agile development penetration testing service has been designed to meet these flexible needs.
What we review
How we approach agile testing
Our agile testing methodology will be tailored to each engagement and will be based on your requirements. Whilst every engagement is different, examples of what we review include:
Not sure what type of testing you need?
Our team will be happy to discuss your individual requirements and provide a no obligation proposal based on your needs.
The security confidence we provide doesn’t come from a one size fits all solution.
Every web application penetration test goes through a rigorous process to ensure you get the best possible results. Below we outline the key stages our testing goes through:
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You can find out more about our test process and why it sets us apart.
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