Organisations are increasingly conducting regular penetration tests, but are they actually learning from them?
By developing a Security Testing programme you won't only meet regulatory and audit requirements but you take advantage of the opportunity to improve your organisation's security posture beyond individual penetration tests, maximising the benefits of your time, effort and budget.
With an effective and realistic programme in place, you gain focus, can identify and measure progress made and can give a clear demonstration that you've made a marked improvement to the organisation's security posture.
In this webinar, Andrew discussed:
- An outline framework for a security testing programme that scales to an organisation's requirement.
- Engaging the business to prioritise security testing activities.
- Driving more advanced remediation discussions across the organisation.
Who should attend?
This webinar is beneficial for CISOs, Security Testing managers, IT managers and senior penetration testers looking to improve their organisation's security posture.
Andrew Scott, Assurance Regional Lead for Scotland at Context, has over 10 years' experience in the financial sector using his highly technical background in penetration testing to improve the security of large organisations through working with senior stakeholders. Andrew has helped large organisations to develop and mature their testing policies, processes and results, previously leading a worldwide team of 30, managing and performing all types of security testing. Andrew now helps other organisations rapidly traverse the same learning curve to acheive the best risk reduction they can from their testing programmes.
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