SecurifyLabs offers a sustainable model to secure open-source software. Our model, which includes deep inspection penetration testing and the performance of extensive security code review for the supported projects, provides open-source users with the highest-assurance security for their web-based open-source projects at a fraction of the cost.
Our past history leads us to believe that we can secure the Internet and doing business over the Internet by providing a sustainable, yet affordable, model to secure open-source software. This includes open-source code as well as the environment it is running on. Properly securing one open-source project means that thousands of websites are secured.
We go to the extra mile for our clients. We never outsource our operations and we don't use 3rd party "researchers", "hackers", or "whitehats". All the work is being done out of our offices in Ottawa, Canada. We pay attention to security so you can focus on your business and bottom line.
The Story Behind SecurifyLabs
Open source software, in terms of security, has been acknowledged to be more secure than the traditional proprietary software due to the transparency that open source encourages. However, there is a rising problem with this model.
While several security professionals and researchers perform security audits sporadically for open source projects.Thus far, there hasn’t been any organized movement to provide proactive security measures for open source software. The current model is a reactive find-and-patch that doesn’t give control to either open-source developers or consumers until it is too late.
That’s where SecurifyLabs comes in. With our innovative cost-sharing approach, we eliminate the hassles of security for open-source developers so they can focus their resources on innovation. Additionally, we provide open-source users with a more secure software at a fraction of the cost than if they would have done it on their own. Our world-class engineering team, combined with our specialized tools, provides the solution you need to make sure open-source users and their data are protected. Because your business' security is our business.