Why Penetration Tests Alone Are Not Enough - The Importance of Tracking and Resolving Issues
Penetration tests are crucial to any organization's cybersecurity strategy, but they're not the whole story. Without a way of tracking and resolving the issues uncovered in these tests, they become nothing more than a snapshot in time. In the same way that software defect systems help organizations track and manage bugs, it's essential to have a system in place for measuring and addressing cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Whether deciding to fix the issue immediately or scheduling it for a future release, tracking and actioning findings is essential for staying ahead of potential threats. Join us for this informative discussion and learn how you can make the most of your penetration testing efforts. Don't forget to leave your comments and questions below!
Watch the full video "A Snapshot in Time Why Penetration Testing Is Critical for Cybersecurity" https://youtu.be/Lqer9hCLqTc
Megan Brown has spent over 15 years in SAAS and technology leadership roles. For the past 5 years, she has worked alongside the founding team at LogicGate to help scale the Risk Cloud, a next-gen GRC workflow automation SaaS platform, around the world. Megan currently works as the Head of International Sales after having developed the Strategic Alliances and Partner Function at LogicGate. Megan leads the international market expansion strategy and sales team covering global markets. In her free time, she loves podcasts and is a host herself - you can hear more from Megan on LogicGate's GRC & Me podcast. She is a live music fan, marathon runner and mom to a 3 year old daughter. Megan, her husband and their daughter will be moving to Richmond, UK, this year, a long way from their previous home in Chicago IL where the company has their US headquarters.
Jonathan Care is a recognised expert in the field of Cybersecurity & Fraud Detection. A former top-rated Gartner analyst, Care was responsible for defining the Fraud market, and leading Gartner’s Insider Threat and Risk research. He regularly advises cybersecurity industry leaders on strategic growth and has worked with key figures in industry and government across the globe. He is a lead contributor for Dark Reading, an industry-defining publication. Jonathan has testified in court as an expert witness and forensic investigator and is a Fellow of the British Computer Society. He also fuels his creative passion as a composer of film/TV music.
Social media: @jonathanhcare & https://linkedin.com/in/computercrime
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