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Exculpated: The Iowa Confusion – Security Boulevard


Dallas County Iowa Courthouse

via the sagacious Dan Goodin, Security Editor at Ars Technica, comes news of the exoneration of two Coalfire (Coalfire is a security risk management firm with headquarters in the astoundingly-beautiful State of Colorado) Penetration Testers of all charges (see the previously published story and opinion piece) related to contract penetration testing (evidently, both physical and logical) work for the resplendent-yet-down-to-earth State of Iowa’s Judicial Branch. This is great news for both the Information Security Industry and the two Pentesters.

Now, one more thing: Who’s going to take care of expunging their respective police arrest records?

Original Coalfire and State of Iowa Courts Work Agreements

  • Requirements and Assumptions)
  • Service Order—Redacted
  • Rules of Engagement—Redacted
  • Social Engineering Authorization—Redacted
  • Master Agreement—Redacted

*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Infosecurity.US authored by Marc Handelman. Read the original post at: https://www.infosecurity.us/blog/2020/1/31/exculpated-the-iowa-confusion



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