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Wolf to Discuss How Testing Can Help Mitigate Security Woes

If an organization’s security program fails to incorporate independent testing, there could be more at risk than a few faulty devices.

Coleman Wolf will talk about this topic and more during the panel discussion Critical Testing Programs for Security Operations” at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) conference in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Sept. 25. He will describe how using poorly designed and untested products, making installation mistakes and embracing security management processes that do not deliver on the security design intent can result in ineffective security, unsafe conditions, elevated maintenance expenses and missed opportunities to reduce insurance expenses.

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