Moving out of the back room: Incorporating pen testing into your agency’s continuous cyber governance strategy
With thousands of penetration testing jobs currently left unfilled, government agencies are left without resources to harden their potential security vulnerabilities. The few tests that are conducted use downloaded tools or are one-off engagements, with a focus on known threats and vulnerabilities rather than being used to build an effective agency-wide cyber governance strategy.
With a shortage of pen testers and resources, how can government agencies respond to these challenges and get the comprehensive testing they need? By turning to technology and training methods for current staff at any level will not only save on resources and time, but will provide the consistent testing needed to create a successful security strategy suited to an ever evolving and complex threat landscape. In this live webinar, government cybersecurity experts discuss the critical steps needed to implement such an approach, including:
- Utilizing intuitive penetration testing tools designed to augment the security testing process
- Deploying holistic cyber training for offense, defense, and governing professionals
- Putting agency-wide cyber hygiene education into place for universal security With cyber-attacks becoming the norm for enterprises and governments, regular scans and pen testing of application security is key to protecting sensitive data in the real world.
We’re looking forward to having you join us on October 24!