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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in March 2015
Black Hat USA 2015: Defensive Bonus +3
Event Updates  |  3/27/2015  | 
Defense never seems to garner quite as much glory as offense, but good home-base security is what keeps the lights on and the enterprise humming. Today we'll check out three Black Hat USA 2015 trainings that aim to up your security game and take the "hard" out of hardening.
Black Hat USA 2015: Caution: Disassembly Imminent
Event Updates  |  3/25/2015  | 
The ability to reverse-engineer binary software components is more than just a fun party trick -- it's crucial to analyzing malicious software, porting binary drivers to alternate platforms, auditing closed-source software for security flaws, and even just following along with conference presentations. Today's four Black Hat USA 2015 Trainings aim to add this very important skill to your repertoire, or keep it sharp should you already possess it.
Black Hat USA 2015: Pentest in Miniature
Event Updates  |  3/19/2015  | 
The explosive growth of mobile computing has profoundly changed the security landscape, and shows no sign of stopping. Today's trio of Black Hat USA 2015 Training highlights all focus on the details of exploiting this pocket-borne ecosystem, from angles both hard and soft.
Black Hat USA 2015: Focus on Infrastructure
Event Updates  |  3/18/2015  | 
Our computing infrastructure, alternately uniform and chaotic, cutting-edge and archaic, is what ties everything together, and knowing how to defend and attack such systems is a crucial aspect of InfoSec. As such, today's trio of USA 2015 Training previews all focus on the big "I."
Black Hat Asia 2015: And Three for the Road
Event Updates  |  3/16/2015  | 
Black Hat Asia 2015 is just around the corner, so now's the time to finalize your preps and make sure your plans are in order. You have until March 20 to enjoy the standard registration rate, so there's no time like the present! While you ponder that, cast your eyes over this final, grab-bag round-up of interesting Asia 2015 Briefings. There's a little bit of everything in this one.
Black Hat USA 2015: Never Lack Intelligence
Event Updates  |  3/12/2015  | 
"Know thy adversary" is an ageless rule for gathering security intelligence. At Black Hat USA 2015, expect to find an abundance of tools, training and intel-related advice.
Black Hat USA 2015: Newbie's First Pentest
Event Updates  |  3/5/2015  | 
Penetration testing programming is an intrinsic part of any Black Hat event, but we might outdo ourselves at Black Hat USA 2015. Our pentest programming runneth so much over that it'll take several intel updates just to touch on it all. This is the first, with a focus on more beginner-oriented offerings.
Black Hat Asia 2015: Break All the Security
Event Updates  |  3/4/2015  | 
You can't spell 'exploit' without 'Black Hat.' Wait, that didn't come out right... how embarrassing. While our word engineers troubleshoot the aphorism we just fried, you might enjoy this latest round-up of Black Hat Asia 2015 Briefings. You'll note they focus on security exploits, not wordplay. Probably for the best.


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