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Justice served, work that was authorized should not be prosecuted

In an article penned by Krebs today, Iowa Prosecutors Drop Charges Against Men Hired to Test Their Security talks about a couple of people that were hired to do what is called Penetration testing. This allows you to come in and do things that may be illegal. These men were arrested after the sheriff in Iowa came by to see what was going on. The men in question produced the documents which claimed what they were doing was authorized. The state of Iowa hired these men to do this job and they got licked for awhile.

The good news is that justice was served, and the men can go back to work. If you’re looking for some good news, this type of thing covers that very well.

Have you seen this article? What did you think? I’d be curious on your thoughts on it and what might be done better so law enforcement knows about the work that was authorized by these types of people.

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Justice served, work that was authorized should not be prosecuted was released on January 31, 2020 at 7:05 pm by tech in article commentary.
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