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Code Review Services

We provide code security reviews as a service. Based on our extensive experience in the field of sofware engineering and IT security, we know how to efficiently review entire code bases and identify security critical parts of the software.

This enables us to provide our security code review service at a fixed rate per review, providing our customers a transparent, efficient and reliable process.

Our senior security engineers, located in Denmark (Europe), will review your software according to the recommendations by the acclaimed Open Web Application Security Project, focusing particularly on the vulnerabilities highlighted in the OWASP Top 10.

How We Work

When your business decides to use us for reviewing your software, this is the process that you can expect:

  1. We will provide a signed non-disclosure agreement (NDA), ensuring the protection of your intellectual property.
  2. You will be provided with a private and secure repository for transferring the code that you want to have reviewed.
  3. We will assign a senior security engineer to carry out your review and be your point of contact.
  4. Your review will be conducted and our engineer will provide you with a report of all findings. This report will specify the location and severity of any security vulnerabilities, including guidance on how to correct the vulnerable code.
Simple Pricing
  • Security review of your software by experts
  • OWASP Top 10 vulnerability check
  • Security Report with recommendations
  • Invaluable insights into the state of security in your application
  • Fixed Price per Review


Security Matters to Your Business

The Risks of Vulnerable Software

Software security can have a large impact on your business. If you provides SaaS (Software as a Service) or sell licensed software products, the risks of a security vulnerability are obvious:

  • A breach will negatively affect the trust of your customers
  • Your brand equity is reduced, to the benefit of your competitors
  • You may be exposed to data theft

Even if your business builds software for internal use, those risks are still present. Most internal business software handles sensitive data, which may be the target of an attacker.

Ultimately, these risks directly impact on the bottom line of your business.

Even the Best Teams Write Vulnerable Software

Software teams need to navigate customer requirements, project management, cost efficiency and deadlines. With the pressure of meeting the release schedule, a thorough security review may unintentionally be left out or postponed, possibly never happening.

This is a common scenario, and the security vulnerabilities go unnoticed until a breach occurs and has an impact on business.

Even highly skilled and experienced engineers produce software with security vulnerabilities. In the effort to implement new features, focusing on user experience and possibly working with new technologies, subtle security issues can easily go unnoticed. A fresh pair of eyes is often needed to uncover these subtle mistakes.

Most Software has Security Vulnerabilities

9 Out of 10 Applications are Vulnerable. [1,2,3]

State of Software Security

Recent high-profile security breaches, compromising the privacy of millions of individuals, have increased the security awareness of many businesses.

Despite increasing awareness, recent security research show that most software contains multiple security vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities have varying severity and consequences, including:

  • Leakage of vital business data
  • Loss of intellectual property
  • Downtime and Denial of Service attacks
  • Compromised privacy and security of end users

Reviewed Software has 20 Vulnerabilities on Average. [2]

Code Security Reviews are Effective

One of the most effective measures against security vulnerabilities is code reviews. Research shows that organizations, who perform code security reviews, have 71% less vulnerabilities, compared with those that do not. [4]

Most Businesses Don't Review Security

Despite its effectiveness, less than half of businesses perform code security reviews. [5]

If your business is among those that do not perform regular code security reviews, consider letting us take care of it, so that your team can focus on delivering features.

[1] Source: Hewlett Packard Enterprise, 2016 Cyber Risk Report   [2] Source: Trustwave, 2015 Global Security Report   [3] Source: Acunetix, 2015 Web Application Vulnerability Report   [4] Source: WhiteHat Security, 2015 Statistics Report [5] Source: Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Application Security Trends Paper

Contact Us

If you are interested in learning more about our services or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would love to hear from you!

You're very welcome to email us at [email protected].