CSO magazine had a great article some time ago that I came across again entitled, How Not to Hire an Information Security Officer Who’s on Parole. After it describes some true-life hiring horrors, it provides some good points to remember about hiring:
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Top 100 Network Security Tools is the third article in a series on audit and security tools. The first article, How to Stay out of Jail, stresses that you need a GOOJ card before you use any security tools or techniques. The second article, What Needs to be on a GOOJ Card, outlines how to create a GOOJ card.
Key point: Never use security or cracker tools on networks or devices from your employer or that you do not own unless you have permission in writing.
In this article, I describe a few security tools that I believe every auditor or security analyst should be familiar with, or at the very least, be aware of.