SureCloud’s Application Program Interface penetration testing services can be tailored to a variety of different services being used within a number of different environments. From consumer-based APIs that integrate with web and mobile applications, to system logic processes used within organisations. SureCloud can offer a full range of API testing to provide assurance and any necessary recommendations to further strengthen and build upon an existing security posture
Whilst many API services utilise JSON and SOAP requests, SureCloud can also provide bespoke testing on custom binary APIs. Going beyond the OWASP Top 10, SureCloud can also ensure that functionality will remain secure and that business logic is being carried out the way it was intended by understanding both the logic and technical aspects of an API service before carrying out any kind of testing.
of organizations say their current cyber defences are not enough
of organizations have experienced at least one cybersecurity breach or attack in the past 12 months
of US companies admitted that they have ignored a critical security flaw, citing a lack of necessary skills
“We trialled a number of other companies which were technically capable, but SureCloud not only matched them but outperformed them in terms of customer support and user experience.”Caius Ajiz, Ops Lead, Chelmsford City Council
"We have used SureCloud’s penetration testing, vulnerability management, and social engineering services for our annual PSN IT Health Check recently and have been very impressed with the professionalism of the overall service that we have received. This includes helping us to define the requirements, the on-site work completed by their technical white-hat experts, the technical and management reports and the prompt responses to any follow-up questions and advice that help us resolve or mitigate any identified vulnerabilities. The results are presented to you using an online platform, which is very easy to use and has all of the information required to help you resolve any identified issues."Russell Armstrong, IT Security Manager, Suffolk County Council