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Black Hat Europe: Dark Reading Video News Desk Coverage

Coming to you from virtual backgrounds and beautifully curated bookcases around the world, Dark Reading brings you video interviews with the leading researchers speaking at this week's Black Hat Europe.

Never mind the terrors of travel or time zone differences. For those missing the opportunity to gaze upon Black Hat Europe speakers this year, Dark Reading is providing video coverage of the event. 

Watch below for video interviews with Black Hat presenters and exhibitors, including the latest vulnerability research. 

Watch Now: AMNESIA:33 Brings New Revelations About Embedded TCP/IP Stacks

URGENT/11 and RIPPLE20 put embedded TCP/IP stacks under the microscope. At Black Hat Europe, Forescout researchers unveil a new set of vulnerabilities, AMNESIA:33, into open source stacks, discover patterns that will help security teams unearth more such bugs, and develop mitigations.


Watch Now: How North Korea Became a Global Cyber Super-Power

In a relatively short period of time, North Korea modernized its offensive cyber capabilities and became a major global nation-state threat. At Black Hat Europe, CrowdStrike researchers will discuss major historical attacks, and the malware involved, to explain North Korea's strategic objectives and examine its technical skills. 

Read more about this CrowdStrike research on Dark Reading.


Watch Now: Building Better Trust in Hardware

Andrew "bunnie" Huang provides a preview of his Black Hat Europe keynote session and his vision for evidence-based trust in hardware through the lens of the Precursor platform.

Read more about Huang's work on Dark Reading.


Watch Now: Researchers Easily Bypass Next-Generation Antivirus  

Deep Instinct researchers will demonstrate at Black Hat Europe ways for malware to sneak past machine-learning-based anti-malware products. 

Read more about this work on Dark Reading.


Watch Now: The Hard Work of Hardware Hacking (Made Easy!) 
Want to share your hacking devices with the masses but don't know how to conquer the boring obstacles of quality assurance and mass production? Luca Bongiorni shares his hot tips on overcoming these blocks learned from his experience releasing WHID Injector and WHID Elite.


Watch Now: (SPONSORED) Google Shares Cloud Security Tips
Anton Chuvakin, head of solution strategy at Google Cloud Security, discusses common cloud security hurdles and how to get over them.


Watch Now: Using Lasers to Hijack Alexa, Google, Portal, and Siri
Researchers from the University of Florida and the University of Michigan found they can inject commands into digital voice assistants via lasers, exploiting a built-in microphone vulnerability. At Black Hat Europe, they will discuss the latest iteration of their research.


Watch Now: Do You Know What's Happening On Your Google Cloud Platform?
Most organizations don't know what users can do in their Google Cloud Platform (GCP) environments -- whether they can assume other identities or what permissions they could achieve. At Black Hat Europe, Colin Estep, senior security researcher at Netskope, will discuss how to assess identity and access management (IAM) exposure in GCP and share his own approach to solving the problem.


Watch Now: Ransomware Gets Smarter -- And More Effective 

Cybercriminals are hitting Europe with more complete and effective ransomware campaigns -- and with devastating impacts on target organizations. At Black Hat Europe, Mandiant incident response experts share the tradecraft they've seen this year and the growth of ransomware-as-a-service operations.

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