Web VAPT Tools Comparison

WEB VAPT TOOLS COMPARISON Web Application VAPT is security testing methods for security holes or vulnerabilities in web applications and corporate websites. Due to these vulnerabilities, websites are left open for exploitation. Nowadays, companies are moving their most critical business and applications process on the web. There is no denying the fact that today, web…


Network VAPT Tools Comparison

Network VAPT tools Comparison Network VAPT is the assessment procedure that is conducted by safety experts on the user’s network for identifying possible vulnerabilities that the attackers might exploit. The primary objective of a network penetration test is to recognize exploitable vulnerabilities in systems, networks, network devices (i.e., switches, routers), and hosts before hackers can…


Why HIPAA and GDPR cannot replace each other

Why HIPAA and GDPR cannot replace each other? Its a misconception that GDPR and HIPAA can replace each other. Many companies misconstrue both the compliances. They think that HIPAA is USA, GDPR is EU and both talk about personal information. They further think that implementing one, means automatically implementing the other. Unfortunately that is not…


Is that mobile app safe to use?

Would you readily give your residential address to a stranger? No? Aren’t you extra cautious while opening an email from an unknown sender? Yes? Good! How about extending the same sense of protection to your smart phone while downloading apps? In both these instances, you are necessarily safeguarding your home and yourself from prying eyes….


Difference Between SOC2 Type I and Type II Reports

What is the difference between SOC2 Type 1 report and Type 2 report? A SOC report helps organizations that provide a given type of service to another organization show the effectiveness of their internal controls environment. A SOC 2 audit provides both detailed information and assurance of the service organization’s controls relevant to security, availability,…


GDPR Compliance for Mobile Apps

GDPR Compliance for Mobile Apps Many mobile apps handle PII (Personally Identifiable Information), which can be as simple as person’s name, phone number and address. Or it can be as complex as their fingerprint details captured via mobile device and the app running on it. The GDPR compliance (General Data Protection Regulation) mandates that the…