Penetration Testing: Staying a Step Ahead of the Hackers

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In today’s online world, where new technologies bring benefits, but also give rise to new threats, businesses need to stay a step ahead of the criminals.

One vital tool is frequent penetration testing. In the past, businesses had point-in-time testing performed – testing that occurred once or twice a year – but nowadays that strategy is no longer the most effective in preventing data breaches.

But what are the ethics, legalities, and practicalities of pen testing, and how should it fit organisations' IT security models?

This webinar aims to answer those questions and will cover:

  • The evolution of penetration testing from 'test and forget' to a structured assessment of vulnerabilities;
  • The professionalization of the penetration testing industry;
  • The changing legal and regulatory landscape


Hans Allnutt

Associate, DAC Beachcroft

    Stephen Pritchard

    Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

      John Yeo

      EMEA Director of SpiderLabs at Trustwave

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