Ethical hacking is challenging but training is expensive

Thursday, 28 July 2005, 1:11 PM EST

According to one site listing ethical hackers' resources, most large organisations now make use of their services.

Service providers range from former criminal hackers turned consultants, to IBM's Global Security Analysis Lab and the UK government's CESG, part of GCHQ, which has expanded its customer base from the public to the private sector.

By Nick Langley at ComputerWeekly.

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