Aujas US

An IDG Ventures Company

Aujas Secure Development Lifecycle Services

Aujas Secure Software Development ServicesBusinesses depend upon their software applications more than ever to manage everything from financial transactions, to customer databases, to proprietary corporate processes and more. If these applications aren’t developed with security in mind, companies can expend precious resources on fixing security breaches – and often damage to their corporate reputations – that can result from software vulnerabilities.

There is a better way. With Aujas Secure Development Lifecycle Services, you can incorporate security controls in each phase of software development. We can assist you in recognizing and avoiding security pitfalls, and in correcting security problems if they arise. Our comprehensive approach addresses

  • Strategy and planning
  • Secure design, architecture and development
  • Code review, testing and release
  • Ongoing education

By working with the Aujas SDL experts, our clients are able to

  • Comply with industry regulations (e.g., PCI-DSS, HIPPA, GLBA, Data Privacy Act)
  • Reduce software re-engineering and compliance costs
  • Improve software quality and efficiency
  • Standardize development processes
  • Mitigate risks around access, accuracy, availability and agility 

Aujas is a member of the Microsoft SDL Pro Network, which means we specialize in application security and have substantial experience and expertise with the methodologies and technologies of the SDL.

For more information about Aujas SDL services, please contact our Karl Kispert, VP of Business Development, at

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