Pentesting is an ever-evolving field, just like all fields in technology. Traditional pentesting revolved around networks and endpoints, the old basis for technology infrastructure in a company. Now, as COVID-19 pushed technology to change even faster in many companies, pentesting must adapt. In the last few years, cloud, mobile, and application pentesting have begun to overtake the older forms of network and system pentesting. In addition, the method of network and systems pentesting has changed. Attacks have changed from targeting user weakness to the advanced exploitation of the protocols themselves. Beyond that, the push to work remotely has . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Cybercriminals Don’t Need to Steal Mass Amounts of Personal Data Anymore and That’s a Big Challenge for Cybersecurity Teams
- Automated Pentesting – Can it Replace Humans?
- The Next Generation of Pentesting
- Learning to Speak DevSecOps: Aligning Pentesting to Development Workflows
- Reinventing Web Application Security
- The Quantum Security Risk to your Organization
- Top 5 Characteristics of Successful Insider Risk Management Programs
- What You Don’t Know About Ransomware Can be a Risk