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9/30/2016
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10 Hottest Sessions At Black Hat Europe 2016

A sneak-peek at some of the more intriguing Briefings at the upcoming conference in London.
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The Black Hat Europe 2016 Conference kicks off November 1 in London.

The Briefings section -- where researchers present new findings and insights -- includes topics from critical infrastructure and Internet of things (IoT) security; human factors in security; vulnerabilities targeting multiple platforms, operating systems, and devices; and the latest in automation and orchestration in detection and response.

Here are 10 hot sessions that must not be missed, with two from each category:

  • Overall
  • AppSec
  • Internet of Things & Smart Grid
  • Mobility
  • Human Factors

 

Sean Martin is an information security veteran of nearly 25 years and a four-term CISSP with articles published globally covering security management, cloud computing, enterprise mobility, governance, risk, and compliance—with a focus on specialized industries such as ... View Full Bio

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9/30/2016 | 9:35:57 AM
Oauth2
If there has been an exploit being performed in the wild against oauth this could require rapid patching and changes set to occur for many SSO providers.
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9/30/2016 | 9:30:54 AM
Automating IR
Interesting, curious as to what open source IR utilities they intend to leverage.
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