#2014 #insomnihack #Geneve Ethical Hacking CHallenge

An ethical hacker is a computer and network expert who attacks a security system on behalf of its owners, seeking vulnerabilities that a malicious hacker could exploit. To test a security system, ethical hackers use the same methods as their less principled counterparts, but report problems instead of taking advantage of them. One of the first examples of ethical hackers at work was in the 1970s, when the United States government used groups of experts called red teams to hack its own computer systems.  

Cybersecurity to IT Governance by @Protiviti

Most Important Risks for 2014 by @Protiviti IT security and a IT audit

There remain major shortcomings in IT audit risk assessments  Not enough companies are performing IT audit risk assessments on a regular basis, nor are they updating these assessments as frequently as they should. The likely result is that critical IT components and process areas supporting the business are not being reviewed sufficiently.

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