Q&A: Penetration testing
by Mirko Zorz - Wednesday, 26 August 2009.
What new things did you learn while writing the book? How did the technical reviewers help shape the material?

Jan Kanclirz, my technical editor, was extremely helpful in strengthening different aspects of the book. It is a great benefit to having multiple inputs into any project, especially a book. Everyone tends to get myopic when working on a specific task, which is why I promote a more agile approach to projects, not just writing books.

What are your future plans? Any new books in the works?

I am a big believer in giving back to the hacker community, and plan on writing more, offer more security training classes, as well as expand on my current Open Source projects. I feel that hacking in general, and penetration testing specifically, are worthwhile causes that need more positive media attention. We'll see what comes of that in the near future.

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