[NCSC-NL] NCSC-NL publishes Security testing White Paper

How do you keep your information system secure? You can do this by regularly having a security test performed on your information system. Such a test gives you additional assurance about the security of your system. The results of this test can be used to fix vulnerabilities. Aside from feeling responsible yourself, a reason for having a security test performed is compliance or because your customers request it. To help you, NCSC-NL has compiled the Security testing White Paper. This White Paper is a manual for commissioning parties. In four steps, this White Paper accompanies you through the process, so you can increase the security of your information system as much as possible.

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