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8/28/2007
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Black Hat's Video Review

One-on-one interviews offer a new view on Black Hat's key issues

5:13 PM -- Not everything that happened at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas earlier this month stayed in Vegas. We managed to get at least a little bit of it on film.

If you scroll down to the DRTV section of the Dark Reading home page, you'll find eight new video clips, each featuring a one-on-one interview with one of the most prominent speakers at Black Hat.

These short videos (about six to seven minutes each) offer short overviews of some of the key vulnerabilities and issues discussed at the conference and an up-close-and-personal look at some of the industry's top security researchers.

Here's your chance to see back-to-back interviews with Joanna Rutkowska and Tom Ptacek, whose debate over rootkit detection was one of the most controversial at the Black Hat conference. You'll also see exclusive video interviews with cyberwar expert Richard Clarke and Jim Christy, director of futures exploration at the Department of Defense.

We'll be adding these videos to our larger player, which currently is playing our Black Hat Vegas overview video, sometime next week.

OK, it's not as good as being at Black Hat, but it's the next best thing. And hey, at least we don't make you go through a mile-long casino to get there.

— Tim Wilson, Site Editor, Dark Reading

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