Join Lisa Bock for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing risk, part of Ethical Hacking: Penetration Testing.
- [Instructor] Conducting a thorough … ethical hacking exercise will identify … security risks to the organization. … Risk is when a person, place, or thing is open … or exposed to harm, which can result in injury, … death, or destruction. … Organizations use risk analysis … to consider potential threats, such as a cyber attack. … Along with evaluating system weaknesses, … such as a missing password. … Once they understand the threats and weaknesses, … organizations proactively implement ways to manage the risks … and reduce the potential for harm. … In an organization, analyzing risk is an important exercise. … Potential issues are evaluated … that could negatively impact the business. … The goal is to reduce risk to protect assets, … which are tangible and intangible items … that can be assigned a value. … Tangible assets are anything that you can touch, … such as a printer or computer. … Intangible assets include databases, … trade secrets and company records. … Risk is a function of a threat exploiting a weakness …
- Auditing security mechanisms
- Locating vulnerabilities
- Exploring types of penetration testing
- Pen testing techniques
- Following a pen-testing blueprint
- Testing physical, wireless, website, database, and email security
- Outsourcing penetration testing
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Organizational Penetration Testing
2. Types of Penetration Testing
Testing using other methods2m 41s
3. Pen Testing Techniques
4. Pen Testing Blueprint
5. Outsourcing Penetration Testing
What's next1m 27s
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