7 Ways to Make Your Penetration Tests More Productive 

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Penetration testers will need to pay more attention to productivity if they want to survive in today’s landscape: Job prospects have never been better in IT security. It’s already hard to hire qualified security professionals. Forrester just announced that 46% of companies are planning to spend more on network security. PCI 3.0 increases the demand and duration of penetration tests for companies that handle credit card data. All of these trends put pressure on penetration testers to work ever more efficiently to get the work done. In this webcast, Chris Kirsch outlines ways to save time with Metasploit Pro when conducting a penetration test. The webcast includes a demo.

Watch this webcast to learn:

  • Current pressures on penetration testers to work more efficiently
  • How productivity has a direct effect on security
  • Managing large data sets efficiently
  • Operating at scale while retaining full control over the process
  • Evading defensive solutions without trial-and-error
  • Leveraging credentials across the enterprise
  • Automating post-exploitation steps to capture evidence
  • Setting up quick social engineering campaigns
  • Producing reports efficiently by leveraging your database

Speaker: Chris Kirsch, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Metasploit, Rapid7

Christian Kirsch has 17 years of experience in security, particularly in the areas of security assessments and cryptography. Chris is the senior product marketing manager at Rapid7 for both the open-source and commercial Metasploit editions. Previously, he held positions at Thales e-Security and PGP Corporation, now part of Symantec. Chris has spoken at various international conferences and is co-author of the book Database Encryption and Key Management for Microsoft SQL Server 2008.