The team over at Hacker House has recently released their first book, Hands on Hacking. The book is an incredibly accessible guide for learning pentesting and purple teaming and includes often-overlooked subjects like building a business case for hacking, ethical guidelines, and report writing.
Report writing, you say?
Needless to say, when authors Matthew Hickey and Jennifer Arcuri reached out to let us know they were featuring Dradis in the chapter on reporting, we were delighted. Since the book’s release, I’ve been able to chat with Matthew to ask about writing this book, his start in hacking and growing a career in the industry, and his favorite reads.
Hands on Hacking takes a holistic approach to hacking appropriate for those just getting started as well as for management and sysadmins wanting a deeper understanding of the attacks their organization and systems face.
Want to win a copy of Hands on Hacking?
The team over at Wiley sent us a few copies to giveaway. To enter, share your email address with us below. Winners will be selected at random on October 9, 2020 and contacted at the email address provided to collect shipping information.
The contest is now over, thanks for entering!