Evans Resource Group’s WebSphere Interconnectivity Software Oriented Architecture (SOA) Penetration Tests evaluate the security of an organization’s WebSphere MQ and ESB that use WebSphere MQ and ESB for their software oriented architectures against security best practice criteria. By simulating real-world, application–level attacks, the tests provide insight into the ability of an organization’s application to resist attacks from unauthorized users and to help prevent misuse by valid users.
Interconnectivity is the technology utilized to move, transform and deliver the data to their intended destinations within the network, what we refer to as atomic components of the network. Interconnectivity vulnerabilities are critical to remediate due to the nature of what the application does, moving, connecting and transforming data between systems, web designer and business partners. Enterprise interconnectivity is used in every industry across business to business (B2B) and gateways that act as a hub for business applications and databases to communicate both externally and internally, sending strings of transactions, data and other critical business information across and through networks. Cyber risk becomes cyber liability when it is not secured properly by a business partner.