Please join us on Friday, March 19th, 2021 for “Hacking Pentesting: An hour of critical thinking to convert red team exercises into risk reduction”.
Everytime I speak with a pentester they tell me the story of pentesting the same company year over year and writing an identical report. The same vulnerabilities the target company was warned about last year are still there. Could this be happening because they had a regulatory requirement to conduct a pentest but had no plan for remediation of the results?
Joining me for this discussion will be:
In preparation for our discussion, think about the following:
- Why are you pentesting? What role does it serve?
- Should pentesting be a requirement?
- How do we marry the security framework with tactics and techniques?
- How do we define scope as it relates to security program maturity
- Iterative pentesting vs. annual pentesting
- In house vs. outside pentesting
It all starts at 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern. At the end of the hour [11 AM Pacific/2 PM Eastern] we’ll switch gears into a series of impromptu 1-on-1 five-minute meetings where everyone will be randomly paired. Nothing to prepare, we’ll do the matching.
Got feedback? Join the conversation on LinkedIn.
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