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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in June 2014
Black Hat USA 2014: Breaking Stuff Is Fun
Event Updates  |  6/27/2014  | 
Black Hat events cover the entire spectrum of information security topics, but it's hard to deny that our programming on good, old-fashioned vulnerabilities is among the most immediately exciting. It is, after all, fun to break things (and if they're important things, all the better). Today's four highlighted Black Hat Briefings focus on exploits, exploits, and more exploits. Enjoy.
Black Hat USA 2014: Pockets, Exploited
Event Updates  |  6/24/2014  | 
Back when smartphones and mobile apps were new and novel, people showed off the latest tricks their devices could perform, leading to the clich "There's an app for that." Today's trio of Black Hat Briefing trio highlights explore the latest mobile-device attack research, leading us to think a far more relevant catchphrase would be "There's an exploit for that."
Register Today for Black Hat Europe 2014
Event Updates  |  6/19/2014  | 
Black Hat returns Oct. 14-17 to the beautiful city of Amsterdam. Information security professionals from all over the world will gather for two thought-provoking days of Briefings and two days of intense Trainings at the Amsterdam RAI Convention Center.
Black Hat USA 2014: Embedded & Vulnerable
Event Updates  |  6/18/2014  | 
They're all around us, just waiting to be hacked. WiFi signals? Well, sure, but today we want to talk about embedded systems, the hackable internals in an ever-growing number of everyday devices.
Black Hat Student Scholarship Program
Event Updates  |  6/10/2014  | 
This year, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Black Hat Student Scholarship Program. As a way to introduce the next generation of security professionals to the Black Hat community, we will be awarding a limited number of complimentary Academic Passes for Black Hat USA 2014. Each pass allows full access to all Briefings and has a value of $895.
Black Hat USA 2014: AppSec Grab Bag
Event Updates  |  6/3/2014  | 
If Black Hat had a middle name -- it doesn't, for the record -- it could well be Application Security. Which is actually two names, so maybe we'd have to hyphenate it. You can see it gets complicated. Today's five Black Hat Briefing highlights cover a potpourri of application security topics, ranging from vulnerabilities in webapps and the cloud to weaknesses in shared libraries.


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