Hacking is cool - but is ethical always legal? Hackers discuss hiring hackers

“Clients want someone as trustworthy as approved staff, acting diligently, not causing an outage or leak. But they want to simulate a real attacker, who acts with impunity & runs wild. It's difficult to reconcile.” Laurie Love

by Tony Morbin

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