Extrusion Testing …testing your controls “inside-out” against the threats that actually matter!. Panos Dimitriou , MSc InfoSec, CISSP,CISM Director , Managed Security Services 2007. What is “Extrusion”. If you look it up at Wikipedia :
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Panos Dimitriou, MSc InfoSec, CISSP,CISM
Director, Managed Security Services
If you look it up at Wikipedia:
“Extrusion is a manufacturing process used to create long objects of a fixed cross-sectional profile. A material, often in the form of a billet, is pushed and/or drawn through a die of the desired profile shape. Hollow sections are usually extruded by placing a pin or piercing mandrel inside of the die, and in some cases positive pressure is applied to the internal cavities through the pin. Extrusion may be continuous (producing indefinitely long material) or semi-continuous (producing many short pieces). Some materials are hot drawn whilst others may be cold drawn.”
However in Information Security:
“Extrusion is the leakage/theft of internal sensitive data.”
Testing the Threats that matter!
Usually it takes: