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7 Hot Cyber Threat Trends to Expect at Black Hat

A sneak peek of some of the main themes at Black Hat USA next month.
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After a year of virtual-only conference attendance, at least part of the security community is ready to reconvene at security summer camp. This year's Black Hat USA is bringing a hybrid format forward to offer something for everyone—in-person presentations and trainings (and parties!) as well as a healthy slate of virtual offerings for those who aren't quite ready to add travel to their repertoire. The content will be robust as ever, with a lot of new vulnerabilities, security tools, and attack techniques expected to be unveiled by the show's stable of security researchers. The following are some of the threat and vulnerability trends that attendees or viewers at home should expect to see during the conference.

 

Ericka Chickowski specializes in coverage of information technology and business innovation. She has focused on information security for the better part of a decade and regularly writes about the security industry as a contributor to Dark Reading.  View Full Bio
 

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Looking forward to Black Hat
My team and I are looking forward to networking and learning about the Cyber Threat Trends at Black Hat 2021
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