martes, 31 de julio de 2012

Ethical hacking certificates aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on

Me interesó este párrafo escrito por Conrad Constantine y Dominique Kargen en la columna de Parmy Olson que salió en el sitio de Forbes. ¿Qué opinan, cierto o falso? 
En fin, el texto completo les resultará entretenido.

And before we move on from talking about skills, we’d like to clarify that “ethical hacking certificates” aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. The reason you want to employ a hacker is not because they know the “rules” to hacking, can run them and produce reports. What makes a hacker desirable as an employee is the very fact that they don’t play by the rules, with an “anything that works” mentality, as it’s this combination that will give them the skills to test your systems to the very limit.

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