Software Auditing

Software auditing is an assessment process aimed at identifying security and compliance issues in an organization’s software. We perform this process through a manual or automated review of the software source code to detect vulnerabilities, weaknesses and compliance issues of an organization.

Software auditing is performed through a manual or automated review of the software’s source code to detect vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and compliance issues. It may include a variety of techniques and tools to evaluate the software, such as:

Static Analysis: A manual or automated review of the source code to detect security and compliance issues.

Dynamic Analysis: The use of automated tests to detect security issues while the software is running.

Web Application Security Review: An evaluation of web applications to detect security issues such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting, and others.

Revisión de seguridad de dispositivos móviles: Evaluación de las aplicaciones móviles para detectar problemas de seguridad como permisos innecesarios, falta de encriptación, entre otros.

Upon completion of the software audit, a detailed report with findings and recommendations to mitigate the identified issues is delivered. It’s important to note that software auditing is a continuous process and it is necessary to conduct regular audits to ensure that the software continues to comply with applicable standards and regulations.