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Security Assessment of Online Gift Platform

Security Assessment of Online Gift Platform

Project Description

Security Assessment of a leading Gifting Platform for Online Gifting

Our client has developed a collaborative platform for gifting. It allows one to create an event (Birthday, anniversary, etc.) in which people can collectively contribute towards a gift fund. Friends, family and colleagues can get together online and collect funds that could be given as a gift, and the recipient would be issued with a VISA card for the same amount

Security Objectives of the Gifting Platform

• Follow security guidelines and ensure that the client personal details are protected
• Provide assurance to the other partnering organizations that the application is tested by a third party security vendor.

Realized Benefit

Client was able to remediate vulnerabilities based on the defined priorities guided by the real threats and complete the application roll out in the stipulated timeframe.

The SecurBay Way

SecurBay studied the unique business model of the gifting platform, in order to understand the risks associated with the applications and with third party integration. A security test plan was developed with security test scenarios using the OWASP Top 10 and other leading attack scenarios as the base. Based on the approved plan, SecurBay conducted an Application Security Assessment activity and provided the company with assistance on security risk mitigation.

What Client Say About us

We were able to roll out our product in the market with confidence due to the security assessment conducted by SecurBay. Our development team got immensely benefited with the security know-how provided by SecurBay and we found that SecurBay consultants were very helpful in providing the necessary assistance during the remediation phase.
COO of a Software Development Company, India

 

 

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