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Come to Black Hat Asia and See the Future of Cloud Security

Whether you're looking to perfect your AWS auditing skills or practice the latest cloud exploitation techniques, next month's Black Hat Asia can help you achieve your goals.

The remarkable popularity of cloud computing platforms has changed the way we do business, and it’s also created a whole new landscape of threats that cybersecurity professionals must master. Whether you’re looking to perfect your AWS auditing skills or practice the latest cloud exploitation techniques, next month’s Black Hat Asia in Singapore has the Trainings, Briefings, and Arsenal tools to help you achieve your goals!

There’s still space left to register for “AWS & Azure Exploitation: Making The Cloud Rain Shells!”, a fast-paced and hands-on two-day Training course which teaches each participant the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) needed to infiltrate and expand access within cloud platforms. In this practical course you’ll learn how to exploit serverless applications for initial access into targets, pivot between data and control planes to expand access (e.g. secrets, snapshots), evade and disrupt cloud logging platforms to remain undetected.

Make Redirection Evil Again - URL Parser Issues in OAuth” is a 25-minute Briefing that promises to introduce new OAuth redirection attack techniques which exploit the interaction of URL parsing problems with redirection handling in mainstream browsers and mobile apps. This is a big deal because numerous top-tier cloud service providers rely on OAuth client apps, and researchers have found that thousands of such apps (and potentially millions of users) are vulnerable to this new attack, which can have potentially severe consequences.

Swing by the Arsenal in the Black Hat Asia Business Hall to check out the “Cloud Security Suite: One Stop Tool for AWS/GCP/Azure Security Audit” demo, which promises to show you a streamlined method of auditing cloud security infrastructure. The Cloud Security Suite is designed to be “one tool to rule them all” capable of auditing the security posture of AWS/GCP/Azure infrastructures, as well as operating systems. It leverages current open-source tools as well as its own custom checks, so make time to stop by and check it out!

Black Hat Asia returns to the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore March 26-29, 2019. For more information on what’s happening at the event and how to register, check out the Black Hat website.

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