- Your Pen-Test has a Glaring Weakness - Emulating the Attackers Better with Social Engineering
- Special Webcast
- Mar 10, 2014
- Dave Shackleford & James Lyne
Over the past few years penetration testing has grown by leaps and bounds in being recognized as a key security capability for every enterprise.... Read More
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