Operations security or OPSEC is a topic of security method for helping with the penetration testing workflow. In this course, OPSEC for Penetration Testers, you'll follow the story of a penetration tester that will test the security of a website. In each of the engagement phases, (pre-engagement, the penetration test itself, and post-engagement) the types of data and corresponding risks will be discussed. This includes communication with the stakeholders, a typical pen testers' work environment, as well as the tools being used. Throughout the course, the topics will cover the major scenarios penetration testers face in the real world. By the end of this course, you'll have an understanding of how OPSEC can fit into the penetration testing workflow.
Peter started out in the nineties as software engineer working on internet banking applications for various European financial institutions. Since 2004, he started specializing in pentesting complex and feature-rich web applications. Currently, he leads a global team of highly skilled and enthusiastic penetration testers as lead pentester.