UDTSecure Manages Application and Network Penetration Testing, Vulnerability Management and Secure Code Review For Financial Services Corporation

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The Customer
Financial services client with more than 5,000 commercial banking customers servicing North and South America.

The Challenge
Complete a series of vulnerability evaluations to successfully meet the following business requirements:

  • Dynamic testing plan for regular product customization having over 500 applications
    • Coordination with teams across locations to enforce security testing for every product/application release
    • Structured vulnerability management process
    • Regular tracking of vulnerabilities and remediation status

The UDTSecure™ Solution
UDTSecure Infosec consulting services provided the following solutions to meet business and technical requirements:

  • Defined risk rating based on organizational standard operational procedures
    • Implemented centralized dashboard to manage vulnerabilities and central task force team for entire activity management
    • Develop and deliver periodic and regular reports to all relevant stakeholders

The Benefits
As a result, the customer experienced the following benefits:

  • Noticeable decline in product, web application and network vulnerabilities
    • Timely execution of vulnerability remediation to meet deadlines
    • Centralized vulnerability management practices established
    • Secured finished product with repeatable lifecycle management framework

To learn more about UDTSecure’s application and network penetration testing, vulnerability management and secure code review, please call 954-308-5100 today!

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