Arce, who has three patents to his credit, also writes for numerous technical publications, speaks frequently at industry events and is commonly quoted in industry publications.
He also currently serves as the Associate Editor of the IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine and as a Project Advisor to the Open Web Application Testing Project.
When and with what mission was Core Security Technologies started?
Core Security Technologies was founded in 1996. Our mission is to provide strategic information security solutions to our customers. We believe that today's information security product and service offerings lack a natural fit with organizational business requirements, creating need in the marketplace that need to be addressed.
We view information security as a three stage iterative process (ASSESS-> PROTECT-> AUDIT) rather than a set of independent technologies and practices. If we assume that 100% bullet proof security is not achievable in any organization (and this is a safe assumption), then our logical conclusion is that the best security strategy is to address security as a streamlined and iterative process that supports and enhances other business processes in a sustainable manner providing:
- visible immediate benefits, and
- a mechanism to reduce risk constantly in each iteration of the process.
- What is the ROI of our infosecurity spending?
- How is the infosecurity spending protecting and enhancing our business today and how it will do so in the future?
Introduce CORE IMPACT. Which platforms does it support?
CORE IMPACT is the first comprehensive penetration testing solution for assessing specific information security threats to an organization. The product is designed to replace expensive, inconsistent manual penetration testing with a professional, state-of-the-art automated penetration testing product. CORE IMPACT goes beyond vulnerability scanners by enabling real-world attacks on IT assets and presenting analysis of information security risks in one comprehensive application.
The product runs on Windows 2000 and XP, and has agent support for Linux, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Solaris, and OpenBSD.
What are the key functions of CORE IMPACT?
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