TrustFoundry is an information security firm based in Overland Park, Kansas (a suburb of Kansas City) that focuses on application penetration testing and network penetration testing. We are founded based on the core idea that our advanced and pragmatic understanding of today’s challenges allows us to deliver the most effective results for our customers.
We have worked successfully with both Fortune 100 enterprises to small startups in a large variety of areas, delivering hundreds of successful assessments in our years of experience.
Our goal throughout our work is to improve security as efficiently as possible, which involves carefully listening and understanding our customers. Our attention to our customer’s challenges and focus on their solutions, combined our passion for security, is what allows us to consistently deliver high-quality work.
Our assessments leverage our extensive knowledge that has been gained over many years. We have over three decades of penetration testing experience in addition to software development and IT consulting experience. This knowledge allows us to understand and provide guidance for our customers. Experience often does not equate to excellence, but experience combined with a passion for security is how TrustFoundry is able to deliver top-tier work.
In combination with regularly performing assessments, TrustFoundry also hones its skillset by focusing on security research, software development, and working closely with industry organizations.
Our goal is to raise the bar for customer satisfaction while helping our customers secure their organizations faster and more efficiently than ever before.
Reasons Our Customers Choose TrustFoundry
- Testing coverage – Quite simply, we find vulnerabilities that many others miss. If protecting against advanced attackers is in your threat model, our depth of coverage will help secure your product.
- Ability to understand complex environments – Applications and environments are getting increasingly complex. It is not uncommon today to see over ten deployed technologies in use in a single application. For example, it’s not uncommon today to test a mobile application written in several languages based on a mobile framework that uses custom authentication and authorization, custom cryptography, and communicates over WebSockets to communicate with a server deployed in AWS that’s using a variety of technologies. Our “full stack” understanding allows us to look through each item to identify vulnerabilities in the design and implementation of each component.
- Understanding of how vulnerabilities impact your environment – We don’t just apply a checklist to your application or network. We think through of each vulnerability in attempt to determine the actual impact. This allows us to eliminate false positives that often get mistakenly reported, and also identify vulnerabilities that can get missed.