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Our Architecture Security Assessment (ASA) is a non-disruptive review of the application architecture to uncover systemic security issues within your app environment. An ASA can help you maximize your return on security technology investments, in addition to validating the security of your existing applications. Our ASA methodology follows the OWASP Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS), as well as any specific organizational regulatory requirements you need to meet (e.g., PCI-DSS, NIST, or HIPAA).
Our ASA service can be combined with any of our other services to add coverage depth or deeper analysis where required.
Architecture Security Assessment highlights:
When Wickr needed to ensure that their products and services were secure, they turned to the experts at Bishop Fox to validate their security and provide the transparency pledged in their Customer Security Promises.
We take the time to understand the current state of security and future objectives. Collecting evidence, conducting in-depth interviews, and analyzing essential documentation, our experts dig deep into your application’s security architecture and interconnected systems giving you a complete picture of risk across your unique environment.
Conducting an ASA can uncover the root cause of vulnerabilities before attackers do. Because we inspect every facet of an application's security and underlying infrastructure – you can proactively address gaps in controls and systemic risks before attackers even know they exist.
Most security controls fail to reach their adversary stopping potential. Rather than adding more complexity to your environment, our ASA helps you do more with less, identifying opportunities to enhance the efficacy of security controls that can improve resiliency with little to no resource drain.
Pair our ASA with Threat Modeling and proactively address security issues across the software development life cycle with in-depth analysis of application design, threats, and countermeasures that become foundational to ongoing DevOps processes.
Our high-quality reporting goes above and beyond static risk ratings and generic scoreboards. In addition to being fully customized to your organization and your desired outcomes, our reports offer actionable security guidance.
Assessments are only as good as the person administering them. Our highly certified and accomplished security experts leverage their extensive domain experience giving you unmatched depth and insight into tactical blind spots and systemic security issues.
Successful execution of an offensive approach to cyber risk management requires a culture of technical security excellence, a supportive work environment that attracts and retains experts, and a scalable platform to support business growth.
Cybersecurity advisory firm TAG Cyber conducted a comprehensive, independent assessment of Bishop Fox to see how our company, services and Cosmos platform (formerly CAST) stack up.
Bishop Fox Alumnus
|Chris Bush is a Bishop Fox alumnus. He was a managing security consultant at Bishop Fox. He has extensive experience in IT and information security consulting and solutions delivery, providing expertise in application security, including the performance of security assessments, security code reviews and penetration testing of client applications as well as development of security testing processes and methodologies.
Having been a contributing member of the information security community for many years, Chris has served as a volunteer for OWASP as a Technical Project Advisor, as an officer of the (ISC)2 Cleveland Chapter and has spoken at a variety of regional and national security conferences and user group meetings on subjects including secure coding, threat modeling, and other topics in software security. At Bishop Fox, Chris has been instrumental in creating application security thought leadership. He has authored blog posts on threat modeling in DevSecOps as well as the importance of secure code review in DevSecOps. Additionally, he has co-hosted webcasts focused on application security.
Chris is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a Master of Science in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Binghamton.
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