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?
“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.