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National pen test execution standard would improve network security

Source: networkworld.com

Feb 1, 2019 8:18 AM 2+ week ago

Inconsistent penetration test procedures create gaps and leave vulnerabilities open. A national test execution standard could fix that and ensure networks are equally secure.Read more.

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