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Microsoft IT Attack and Penetration Testing Methodologies
Old 02-08-2005, 04:35 AM   #1
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Default Microsoft IT Attack and Penetration Testing Methodologies

Attack and penetration testing is a set of techniques and methodologies to test compliance to security policies, and to detect previously unknown vulnerabilities. The overall goal is to limit the points of exposure and to restrict the ability of unknown attackers to gain entry.

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Attack and penetration testing is a set of techniques and methodologies to test compliance to security policies, and to detect previously unknown vulnerabilities. The overall goal is to limit the points of exposure and to restrict the ability of unknown attackers to gain entry. However, developing an effective attack and penetration testing team presents unique management challenges. This discussion gives some best practice advice and lessons learned from the Microsoft IT experience building and operating an internal attack and penetration testing team.

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http://download.microsoft.com/download/b/5/6/b563c549-4064-4b24-9d3d-b8c57cd2a3c6/MicrosoftITAttackAndPenetrationTestingTeamPPT.ppt

and HERE:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/b/5/6/b563c549-4064-4b24-9d3d-b8c57cd2a3c6/MicrosoftITAttackAndPenetrationTestingTeamTSB.doc


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