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Working with the IT security team is a humongous task. They have to ensure that the sensitive data of the organization doesn't get breached and hence is not compromised.
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Thanks for the post. Our university also arranges penetration testing competitions to find out the vulnerability of their systems. These competitions allow younger adults to test their skills as well.
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