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Black Hat Europe 2017:
First Briefings Announced

We are pleased to announce the first Briefings selected for presentation at Black Hat Europe 2017!

Black Hat, the world's leading information security event series returns to Europe in 2017. This year's 4-day event will be held at the ExCeL London, December 4-7, 2017. Two days of intense Trainings open the show, followed by two days of Briefings, Business Hall, Arsenal, and more, December 6-7.


As our Black Hat Europe Review Board member continues to work their way through a record number of submissions, we are announcing Briefings selections in batches. Below are the first Briefings, with links to each abstract.


  1. A Universal Controller to Take Over a Z-Wave Network

By Loïc Rouch


  1. By-design Backdooring of Encryption System - Can We Trust Foreign Encryption Algorithms

    By Eric Filiol and Arnaud Bannier


  1. CALDERA: Automating Adversary Emulation

    By Douglas Miller and Andy Applebaum


  1. Dealing the Perfect Hand - Shuffling Memory Blocks on z/OS



  1. Heap Layout Optimisation for Exploitation

    By Seán Heelan


  1. How Samsung Secures Your Wallet and How to Break It

    By HC MA


  1. How to Hack a Turned-Off Computer, or Running Unsigned Code in Intel Management Engine

    By Maxim Goryachy and Mark Ermolov


  1. Nation-State Moneymule's Hunting Season – APT Attacks Targeting Financial Institutes

    By Chi-en (Ashley) Shen, Kyoung-ju Kwak and Min-Chang Jang


  1. The Spear to Break the Security Wall of S7CommPlus

    By Lei Cheng

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