Security weaknesses now pose one of the highest risks of organizational failure and devastation. With thousands of "attack vectors", even hospitals, governments, executive suites and customers are affected.
The only way to safeguard your firm’s and user’s data, and your company’s reputation, is through a "Security by Design" approach where security is considered within every phase of architecture and development.
Source: The Ponemon Institute
Some popular practices provide a false illusion of security. For example, the password encryption that many systems use can be broken within hours.
Our architectural processes incorporate dozens of security considerations and techniques.
Sustaining security requires ongoing, timely, vigilant efforts. Our managed services can include awareness of new exploits, patch management for systems and libraries, browser and OS release management, and periodic testing in several forms.
Surprises, rework and problematic architecture can jeopardize your system's goals and deadlines, especially when discovered too late. They can also make future improvements complex, costly and time-consuming.
To engineer a successful, reliable system, nuanced quality practices must be part of every step of software architecture and development.
Quality First is an investment that is repaid through the life of your system.
We call our focus “Quality First” because it is the foremost priority of every member of our engineering team, and because extensive quality processes are a fundamental part of each team member’s role.
Will rapid growth and large usage spikes provide success and acclaim, or cause your system to fall apart?
Will server, database or regional issues interrupt your services—and will data be lost? Will recovery be automatic or problematic?
Complex nuances of your databases, system architecture and infrastructure may determine this.
WebINTENSIVE architects for your specific circumstance and needs, whether processing billions of transactions without interruption, or critical records without data loss.