Tag: threat modeling

  • Basic is great

    Encouraged by the response to my last post (https://www.iamit.org/blog/2018/06/the-ian-amit-spectrum-of-pentesting-efficacy/ for those who missed it), and following up on a couple of recent Twitter/LinkedIn/WhatsApp conversations, I’d like to emphasize the importance of doing basic and simple work (in security, but it probably also applies to everything else). We are working in a weird industry. The industry […]

  • The Ian Amit Spectrum of Pentesting Efficacy

    It’s been a while since I posted (duh), but recently I’ve had something brewing in my mind that appeared to not have been clearly discussed before, so here goes. I’ve been seeing some discussions and ambiguity around pentesting, vulnerability assessment, and red teaming (again – no huge shocker for those of us in the industry). […]

  • An obituary to pentesting?

    I just saw a blog post in which Mike Kemp discovers the realities of 2010 (linkedin). (disclaimer – I know Mike and love him as a person, and this is my way of poking at him a bit – no disrespect here, but pretty much the opposite) Now, go read that post (yes, I know, it’s […]