Softeq has devised a set of analytical, testing, and consulting practices to help enterprises undergoing Digital Transformation. We review their existing code base, fix bugs, introduce new layers of security to repel hacker attacks, and educate employees on cybersecurity.Get a Quote
We examine the components of your IT infrastructure so you can rest assured your system is free of security vulnerabilities. The process includes:
To detect security flaws in custom hardware, source code, and software architecture, we run manual and automated tests. In detail this means:
Once we have assessed the security flaws in your business IT solutions, we will come up with an improvement plan covering:
We use a combination of tools and practices to protect your solution and the data stored within your IT infrastructure:
We provide a custom security design in every technology solution, conduct a thorough review of open-source software and hardware components, and turn to DevOps practices to make sure no vulnerability makes it to production.
As a company specializing in connected products, we understand cybersecurity in the IoT context. Softeq follows IoT development best practices to prevent botnet and ransomware attacks and secure your sensitive data.
We collaborate with your company’s stakeholders to align security with your business goals and optimize software and hardware functionality to meet security and performance requirements — particularly under stress conditions.
As a cybersecurity service provider, Softeq introduces new layers of security to help companies fight off hacker attacks. Our portfolio of industry-specific cybersecurity solutions and services features:
HIPAA-compliant EHR solutions, patient portals, mHealth apps, and trackers. Enhanced security with biometrics (voice, iris, fingerprint, and facial recognition).
Cybersecurity audit. Network security solutions and industrial firewall systems. Secure on-premise and cloud-based data storage solutions.
Data encryption and secure communication between connected devices (wearables, Smart Home appliances). Unique device passwords. OTA firmware updates.