Find your weak spots and fix them

We use reverse engineering practices to identify malicious software, quarantine it and fix the code at its source. As part of this procedure, your mobile applications’ architecture and design will be reviewed to highlight weak-spots. The test will simulate a hacker attack and the potential to steal confidential data.

The right response at the right time

In the event of a security breach, our Incident Response Team will work with your internal staff to identify the type of cyber attack and determine the best course of remediation.

Using analysis software and forensic techniques, such as reverse malware engineering, host-based intrusion detection and network analysis, we will define the initial vector of the breach, in order to determine how it took place. With that information, we can determine its abilities, aims and impact on your business. Finally, we will supply you with everything you need to eradicate the threat and reinforce your defences.

Mobile App Testing Process

We offer a comprehensive, end-to-end mobile app testing service, designed to ensure that your mobile apps function as intended and leave no room for exploitation.

In order to thoroughly test your mobile apps, we have developed a multi-layered testing strategy that explores every aspect, from usability to security. As part of the process, you can expect us to focus on a number of critical factors, including:

  • Automated script identification and modification
  • Both automated and manual testing
  • Performance, scalability and use of resources
  • Security


Mobile apps offer a wealth of benefits to users: immediate access to a host of other apps, an extensive choice of continually evolving functions and devices, a choice of operating systems and cloud-based services that remove the need for device-based storage. However, it’s these very benefits that make mobile apps so difficult for companies to implement.

Testing your mobile apps with Equiniti Cyber Security ensures that your mobile apps perform as they were intended, that they offer optimum usability and that the risks of exploitation are completely minimised, protecting your consumers and your brand integrity.

Open to a new breed of threat

The evolution of mobile apps has given rise to a new breed of threat. Weak architecture within mobile applications means that mobile devices are one of the most popular targets for cybercriminals. The fourth World Quality Report reveals that only 31% of businesses have the protocols in place to test their mobile apps and that only 18% of those focused on security.

While your phone or tablet might give you Internet access wherever you are, they are also capable of real-time data-leakage, including banking, location, access, payments and call history – even down to the use of your camera and microphone.

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