Picture this: you’ve just finished a race.
Make pen testing easier while delivering a better report to your client. For testers in the application security (AppSec) arena, you know that we examine a lot of different areas, including authentication, authorization, encryption, logging, and so on, making for what’s become a staple in this job—the large lists of technical checks that grow even longer every time new issues are discovered and then added for testing. If you’ve worked in AppSec, you know that these tests can make for quite the effort, depending on the complexity of the app you’re working in.
We all know that cybercriminals are now a thing.
When I first began considering a career with Schellman, I began to dig through industry jargon to familiarize myself—my background was in nonprofits, and there was a lot of new information to parse through, including many, many acronyms. Among those that I discovered was ISO, an abbreviation that up to just a few months ago, was lost among others like NBA, NCAA, and TSLA that some might argue are more important. When I initially learned, more specifically, of ISO 27001, I had no clue what it meant, but I’d eventually discern that this certification was the one that potentially could change the course of my professional career. Throughout my extensive research, it was the unique nature of ISO 27001 that was among the important gems I discovered that would eventually draw me into the industry.