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Losing a deal to the competition can be very frustrating for any startup founder.
"We built a superior product to the competition, our pricing was within the customer's budget, our account-based marketing was brilliant and the customer was eager to start using our solution, and then this question arrived from their security team during the due diligence process: How would you make sure our data is safe and secure on your servers?"
How can you improve your competitive position and present adequate Security and Data Protection controls to overcome this business obstacle?
Check out this high-level security roadmap, other startups implemented it and no longer fear the security due diligence process! You can too.
We make your startup SOC2 compliant by implementing and managing the required security controls.
SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a widely used protocol for exchanging structured information in web services. A SOAP XML Injection vulnerability occurs when an attacker can manipulate the XML input to the web service in such a way that it leads to unintended behavior or reveals sensitive information.
The 'Insecure HTTP Method' vulnerability can expose your application to various risks, including unauthorized access, data manipulation, and more. It occurs when your web application uses HTTP methods in an insecure or unintended manner.
The 'Cookie Slack Detector' vulnerability occurs when your web application unintentionally exposes sensitive data in the HTTP response headers, typically through cookies. Attackers can exploit this to gain unauthorized access or gather sensitive information about your application.