The penetration test report is the deliverable upon which a penetration tester or security consultancy will be judged by clients and indirectly by future clients. Yet very few pentesters enjoy — let alone feel confident — crafting an effective report. If you are looking for a template — if only it were that easy! — and instruction on what to include in a pentest report and how to communicate effectively through this important document, this white paper is for you.
You’ll gain relevant instruction on:
- How to add value with the report so clients’ can move the needle
- What foundational writing principles you should be using
- What content should be included in the pentest report
- How to structure everything effectively