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Launching "The PtaaS Book: The A - Z of Pentest as a Service"

Authored by InfoSec community advocate and Chief Strategy Officer at Cobalt, Caroline Wong, The PtaaS Book features 7 chapters that go in depth to answer a variety of questions.

Launching "The PtaaS Book: The A - Z of Pentest as a Service"
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Passionate about marketing and communications within the cybersecurity industry, Mary Elliott is a published writer who enjoys all things content marketing, copywriting/editing, and digital communications.

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Hot off the Press: "The PtaaS Book"

Pentesting is constantly evolving, so whether you’re knowledgeable about the term already or looking to learn more about pentesting and Pentest as a Service, you can learn a thing or two from "The PtaaS Book: The A - Z of Pentest as a Service." Authored by InfoSec community advocate and Chief Strategy Officer at Cobalt, Caroline Wong, The PtaaS Book features 7 chapters that go in depth to answer a variety of questions including:

  • What is and what isn’t Pentest as a Service?
  • How does it work? What sets it apart from traditional models?
  • What makes it more agile than regular pentesting? How does that agility impact your security posture?
  • What does it do for teams outside of security? Why should they care?
  • Does it scale sustainably? And does it help your security program scale sustainably?

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“The PtaaS model has transformed the way companies run pentests. Caroline is the ultimate authority on this subject and the rest of us stand to gain immensely.” - Greg Nicastro, DevSecOps Executive, Board Member, and Angel Investor

Caroline Wong is a well versed information security professional who first entered the realm of book writing for cybersecurity with "Security Metrics: A Beginner’s Guide." She hosts the Humans of Infosec podcast, speaks at dozens of security conferences each year, and produces LinkedIn Learning coursework.

It’s a one-stop-shop for all you need to know about PtaaS — "The PtaaS Book: The A - Z of Pentest as a Service" addresses the “why” behind pentesting, the dos and don’ts, its impact on security, and more. For everything you and your organization need to know about a modern approach to pentesting, read more in the full book and download today.

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