Our Application Security services provide a comprehensive approach for understanding the business risk associated with enterprise, mobile and cloud applications, while creating programmatic solutions to application security issues.
Our unique approach to Cloud Security helps our clients securely take advantage of dynamically connected cloud environments. From planning, to deployment, to management, we work with the client and the service provider to secure an expanding cloud frontier.
Our Compliance services provide a structured approach to implementing best practice frameworks. We help document processes, identify programmatic and technological gaps, and develop custom roadmaps to achieve the desired security and compliance goals.
Our approach to IT risk and strategy is based on business context. Our mature methodologies allow us to help our clients assess and manage IT risks either as a holistic program or in areas of specific concern.
Our Mobile Security Framework reflects the breadth and depth of mobile considerations. We help companies realize the opportunities of new computing paradigms while understanding and managing the risks associated with the mobile technologies.
Our Network and Endpoint Security services provide a security-focused evaluation of a broad range of network infrastructure components to help our clients secure their infrastructure against both known and unknown threats, proactively minimizing security risk.
Two Neohapsis Labs researchers presented at Black Hat USA on the benefits and potential security challenges of Multipath TCP. Multipath TCP is an extension to regular TCP which adds capabilities to extend support for mobile, high availability, and high bandwidth scenarios.
This report summarizes their research of the benefits and risks of this push for increased mobility.
September 11 How hackers could still get around Apple Pay security (CNBC)
September 10 Apple Pay Ups Payment Security But PoS Threats Remain (Dark Reading)
September 10 Dyreza Malware Now Targeting Salesforce.com Users (eSecurity Planet)
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