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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in July 2014
Black Hat USA 2014: Virtual Reality Check
Event Updates  |  7/29/2014  | 
Virtualization is the future (and often the present) of large-scale IT, but like any technology, it has its share of flaws and shortcomings. Today, as we near the beginning of Black Hat USA 2014, we highlight three Briefings that explore the world of virtualized systems... more specifically, how to break and/or protect them.
Black Hat USA 2014: Danger! High Bandwidth
Event Updates  |  7/22/2014  | 
Now that the world is basically one giant network, it's kind of mind-blowing to look back at computers from the days before they were so intimately intertwined. But the ubiquity of networking is also our Achilles' heel, which today's trio of Black Hat Briefings amply illustrate with their focus on Internet-based attacks.
Black Hat USA 2014: Policy Matters
Event Updates  |  7/17/2014  | 
Black Hat isn't just hacking and exploits, though that's certainly high on our agenda. Today's trio of Black Hat USA 2014 Briefings center on politics -- big-picture stuff like the real-world effects of the NSA's surveillance, the legal risks facing security researchers, and the freedom of the Internet itself.
Black Hat USA 2014: Something Strange in the Neighborverse
Event Updates  |  7/16/2014  | 
Few words are as aptly descriptive as "malware"; cue the overused "what it says on the tin" remark. Of course, 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 USA 2014.
Black Hat USA 2014: A Massive Enterprise
Event Updates  |  7/10/2014  | 
In today's Intel Update we're going big... enterprise big, with a selection of Black Hat Briefing highlights that focus on big ideas that affect large organizations.
Black Hat USA 2014: Get Your CSI On
Event Updates  |  7/8/2014  | 
Something happened here, and it wasn't anything good. The damage is as yet unclear, and the perps seemingly vanished. That's where digital forensics step in, helping reconstruct what happened to uncover the answers to the most pressing security questions. And -- did you deduce? -- today's trio of Black Hat USA 2014 Briefing highlights all revolve around being a better digital detective.
Black Hat USA 2014: Can You Keep a Secret?
Event Updates  |  7/1/2014  | 
Cryptography lets secrets remain secret, or at least that's the idea. Today's quartet of Black Hat Briefings all explore this oft-hidden world, shedding light on crypto flaws both small and momentous.


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