Source Code
Review

With poor source code, major risks can be introduced to applications 

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In this digital age online presence is the face of your business. Hacking techniques are evolving and the data value is going up, creating a lucrative business for hackers. This is making every business vulnerable. Penetration Testing provides the assurance that your IT infrastructure and Applications are safe.

issues in crux of an application lead to bigger Problems

This is a classic example of what happens when a problem is not fixed at its root. Issues will keep arising and you will have to take more lengthy and expensive measures to fix issues such as the ones below.

Vulnerable Applications

If your code has vulnerabilities such as an input validation flaw, attackers can inject and execute malicious code in the application.

Increased changes After Release

It is much harder for developers to make critical changes in the production environment. Hence a lot of time that could be used on new features and training is lost when source code is not reviewed.

Out of Compliance

If a vulnerable application is released you may be out of compliance including PCI DSS standards.

A simple review can save you a lot of time and effort

With our experienced developers reviewing your source code using best practice, 3Columns can ensure you have secure applications that your consumers can rely on.

Quality Assurance

Fix Application at Crux

Secure Design

Worried that your network or applications may have more vulnerabilities  than you had thought?

Learn about cyber security

There ‘s  no one size fits all solution for cyber security services.While some companies install a firewall and think they are safe,we follow a proven 3 step system to ensuring a business has the highest level of security possible. 

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