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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in June 2015
Black Hat USA 2015: Briefings Begin
Event Updates  |  6/25/2015  | 
You know a Black Hat event is, if not quite imminent, at least on the horizon when we start rolling out intel updates for our Briefings. Briefings are the world-class, widely diverse, super-fresh tech presentations our shows are famous for. And intel updates? You're in one. Our first topic is one we've seen a lot in the news lately: the capacity for computers to learn.
Black Hat USA 2015: Best of the Rest
Event Updates  |  6/12/2015  | 
Today's Black Hat USA 2015 Training update has a little bit of everything, a quartet of intriguing Trainings that didn't quite fit in elsewhere. Spoiler: You're gonna build a drone!
Black Hat USA 2015: Digital Detectives
Event Updates  |  6/5/2015  | 
Was someone here? What did they do? And are they still doing it? If you can't routinely answer those questions, your computer infrastructure is at risk. Forensics is the art of filling in those answers, pointing the way toward an effective response and hopefully better defenses in the future, and is the focus of today's trio of Black Hat USA 2015 Trainings.

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