'Ethical Hacking' Takes Aim at Cyber Crime

'Ethical hacking' seeks to develop people as a point of a system's strength.

Ethical hacking seeks to develop people as a point of a system's strength.

At a time when a nation state can target Sony, and a bored Australian teenager can hack MasterCard from his bedroom, there is a renewed focus on people and their role within the defensive perimeter of financial organizations.

Ethical Hacking
One such idea is "ethical hacking," part of the growing recognition given to developing people as a point of strength, rather than weakness, in the continuing effort to keep systems secure against cyber threats. Waters spoke to Luke Beeson, vice president

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