If you want to work with a global leader in vulnerability management coupled with a very strong professional services consulting business read on….
Save the date! On the 30th of July 2015 ISC2, IISF, OWASP & ISACA are hosting a free-to attend Summer BBQ.
We are pleased to announce that BCC Risk Advisory CTO, Eoin Keary, will be providing a half day Security Boot Camp on 16th July for OWASP members.
edgescan V3.0 – New Features & How They Will Increase ROINow that cyber security is a crucial business matter, your company will benefit from a managed security service which saves costs of additional hardware, software and expert staff. With the release of edgescan 3.0 on 9 June 2015, BCC Risk Advisory hosts a free webinar featuring Eoin Keary, CTO, and Owen Mooney, Lead Developer, who will demonstrate the latest features of our SaaS (Security-as-a-Service) solution.
edgescan, the SaaS (Security-as-a-Service) security solution today announced that it has been added to Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services 2015.
edgescan, the only hybrid full-stack solution of its kind in Europe, today announced it has been shortlisted in the category “Managed Service Company of the Year” for the 2015 Tech Excellence Awards, Ireland’s principal badge of honour in the IT industry.
A number of factors are driving the need for managed security services (MSS) which are namely expertise, cost and consistency. Key concerns when considering an MSS should be included as detailed in this article...
Our edgescan managed penetration testing service, today announced it has been selected as a Finalist for Red Herring's Top 100 Europe award, a prestigious list honoring the year’s most promising private technology ventures from the European business region. Plus edgescan v3.0 - soon to GoLive:
We are delighted to announce that edgescan, our innovative software-as-a-service security solution has been selected as a Finalist in the category New Product/Service from an SME for the 2015 Blacknight SME Awards, the first annual awards honoring the best Irish Small and Medium Enterprises.
A cutting-edge managed penetration testing service, today announced it has been selected as a Finalist for Red Herring's Top 100 Europe award, a prestigious list honoring the year's most promising private technology ventures from the European business region.
Infosecurity Europe is the must-attend event for everyone concerned and interested in information security. It is a great networking opportunity for Security Directors, Managers, Executives, IT Professionals and business owners.
BCC Risk Advisory is proudly sponsoring this year's AppSec EU in Amsterdam. The event is renowned to be a platform for cutting-edge research in application security with executives from Fortune 500 firms and top technical thought leaders.
In this post we’re gonna look at some places where it is possible to inject arbitrary SQL commands into active record queries in Ruby on Rails. ActiveRecord has pretty good protection against SQL injection, so much so that sometimes I think it lulls us into a false sense of security.
BCC Risk Advisory / edgescan are sponsoring the AppSec Europe 2014 conference in Cambridge, UK...
Technical Training is aimed at development and security staff in areas such as...
It is our belief that the use of code review as a part of our Grey-box security assessment approach is very effective for many compelling reasons...
We use vulnerability scanning tools, both commercial and proprietary, as a part of our application security assessment process. We tune our scanning tools in order to execute high-quality and accurate scanning, and then carefully manually verify and perform risk analysis on all of the automatically generated data.
Below is a link to our OWASP training we delivered in San Francisco on the 24th Feb 2014
Our RSA Europe class was delivered yesterday in Amsterdam.4 hours of defensive coding techniques.
Vulnerability Management: The age old penetration test is dead, long live the penetration test...So as discussed before a 1-off penetration test does not work, why?