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Ensure IT Security & Compliance

Information Security
Logica Infotech is committed to blend technology with IT resources and Information Security Compliance to help our clients become high-performance businesses. Our compelling set of practical insights can help business move to a higher level of performance.

Information Security

Logica Infotech has extensive experience in the arena of IT security assessment with continual reviews of your systems and processes to identify threats to your system, applications, and network and data elements. Our process ensures your sensitive data remains secure through managed through Secured Virtual Private Network Solutions. We have the capacity and scalability to strengthen and secure content management systems to keeps your network free from harmful content. As part of this protection, we offer information technology security solutions, enabling closer relations with customers and partners through secure communications and collaboration. We provide you with IT security assessment report, IT security vulnerabilities, and recommendations to secure your systems. We also provide a prioritized risk response executive summary of tasks that eliminate or reduce your IT security risks to meet compliance requirements.

Application Security Audit

Logica Infotech uses integrated penetration testing tools for finding vulnerabilities in web applications. We provide wide range of services with consultants having IT security experience and provides automated scanners as well as a set of tools that allow you to find security vulnerabilities. Being centered on the IT aspects of information security, it can be seen as a part of an information technology audit. It is often then referred to as an information technology security audit or a computer security audit. However, information security encompasses the application security audit and covers following checklist:
  • Script injection: Ensure that any part of the application that allows input, does not process scripts as part of the input.
  • SQL Injection: Ensure the application will not process SQL commands from the user.
  • OS Command Injection: Ensure the applications will not process operating system commands from the user. This typically includes issues such as path traversal, spawning command shells, and OS functions.
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS): Ensure that the application will not store or reflect malicious script code. The web applications can be used as a mechanism to transport an attack to an end user's browser. A successful attack can disclose the end user’s session token, attack the local machine, or spoof content to fool the user.
  • Secure Transport of Credentials: Ensure that usernames and passwords are sent over an encrypted channel. Typically, this should be SSL.
  • Session Management: Ensure proper session management, avoid using weak session tokens. Attackers can exploit these flaws to access other users' accounts, hijack sessions, view sensitive files, or use unauthorized functions.
  • Use of Cryptography: Ensure implementation of strong cryptography to avoid compromise of sensitive user / authentication information during storage, use or transmission. Applications frequently use cryptographic functions to protect information and credentials. These functions and the code to integrate them have proven difficult to code properly, frequently resulting in weak protection.
  • Data Storage: Ensure data is protected to ensure its confidentiality and integrity, where required. e.g. all credentials should be stored with proper encryption or in cryptographic HASH form.
  • Data Communication: Ensure that sensitive data is transmitted through suitable cryptographic channels to ensure confidentiality and integrity. Use of SSL / TLS for transmission of user credentials, classified information, session tokens/keys etc.
  • Digital Certificate Validity: Ensure the application uses valid digital certificates. Ensure that the digital certificate is valid; i.e., its signature, host, date, etc. are valid.

In addition to the above list, content-based threats are a constant problem for businesses of any size, and Small and Medium Businesses are vulnerable to the same types of attacks that the largest enterprises face. Secure application and content management keeps your network free from harmful content. As part of this protection, we offer information technology security solutions also keep your email inboxes free from virus-laden emails, SPAM and phishing attacks through a combination of technologies that improve response time and ensure full protection—all the while delivering superior performance and no delays.