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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in February 2015
Black Hat USA 2015: Never Too Early - Web App Security
Event Updates  |  2/27/2015  | 
We admit: Given that this is February, August's Black Hat USA 2015 still feels quite a ways off... and it is! But we've got such an impressive array of programming this year that we can't help but want to start sharing. So welcome to the first intel update for Black Hat USA 2015, of many to come. And here, too, is your first reminder to take advantage of our early-bird registration rates. Got it? Good. Now let's talk web application vulnerability Trainings.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Target: Malware
Event Updates  |  2/26/2015  | 
Hostile software is ever evolving, and Black Hat-associated research is one of the key loci of information on monitoring, defending against, and nullifying it. With that in mind, today we'll preview a quartet of interesting malware-related Briefings from Black Hat Asia 2015.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Fun Party Tricks
Event Updates  |  2/23/2015  | 
Black Hat's known for its breadth of programming, and today's trio of Black Hat Asia 2015 Briefing previews cover a fun mix of slightly unconventional topics.
Black Hat Asia 2015: It's Coming From the Inside of the Car
Event Updates  |  2/19/2015  | 
"What doesn't have a computer in it these days?" one's older parents might ask in exasperation. Quite a few things, actually, but not as many as in the past, and fewer still as time goes on. Embedded systems are a crucial part of our technological landscape, and just as open to outside manipulation as more traditional boxes. Today's Black Hat Briefings trio delve into this largely hidden yet increasingly important frontier.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Money Talks
Event Updates  |  2/9/2015  | 
Money doesn't literally make the world go round, but it sure is a potent motivator for thieves and less scrupulous hackers. Today's Black Hat Asia 2015 Briefing update highlights three sessions that touch on the financial world, from the fringes of cryptocurrency to the booming business of credit-card fraud.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Mobile Insecurity
Event Updates  |  2/4/2015  | 
It's amazing how much ubiquitous and powerful mobile devices have changed the computing landscape in a relatively brief time. In today's Black Hat Asia 2015 Briefing update, we'll preview three exciting sessions that will delve into security issues surrounding our pocket-sized computers.


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