Analysts and engineers performing security testing or penetration testing are typically expected to deliver a report at the end of their work. In this video, created for entry-to-intermediate-level security engineers, you'll learn to use the Kali Linux toolsets that help you handle three major tasks associated with producing such reports. First, you'll learn about the Kali tools that let you manipulate and manage the sometimes overwhelming volume of data that security and penetration test generate. Second, you'll learn about the Kali tools that help you capture and organize your test notes before integrating them into your reports. Third, you'll learn about the Kali tools that let you collaborate with your security colleagues to collect, manage, and prepare comprehensive reports. Participants should have access to Kali Linux before starting this course.
Ric Messier (GCIH, GSEC, CEH, CISSP) is the Director for Cyber Academic Programs at Circadence. He has decades of information security experience and is the author of dozens of O'Reilly titles on infosec and digital forensics, including Introduction to Penetration Testing and Learning Linux Security. He holds a BS in Information Technology from the University of Massachusetts, an MS in Digital Forensic Science from Champlain College, and a PhD in Information Assurance and Security from Capella University.