Why penetration testing sucks

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Where: Foo Cafe, sign-up via meetup.com

When: Tue 27 Nov 2018 at 17.30 (Malmö/Stockholm time)

A call for security maturity!

The field of IT Sec is a maze of various attempts and techniques to limit exposure to risk.

One common technique is penetration testing, which aims at helping organizations to become more resilient against security threats.

However, traditional penetration testing methods vary, and are sometimes not as efficient as expected. In particular, it does not always solve the root cause of security bugs.

Attempting to shed light on the concept of penetration testing, Emma will be talking about building a more profound solution to IT sec. She’ll also be addressing culture as a means to more efficiently mitigate risk and make the concept of IT-sec more accessible to non IT-sec expert. Additionally, Emma will discuss that by using SecDevOps, security issues will be approached in a more efficient and sustainable way.

17.30 Meet & greet 17.45 Presentation by Emma Lilliestam 18.30 Meet & eat 19.00 Q&A

Emma Lilliestam has been fascinated by security since her teens and always wanted to become a cool penetration tester. Today, she is the House of Tests' security expert and a real IT security insider.


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