My company is at Black Hat USA this week (would’ve been a great learning experience to attend since I’m still very green on security, but next time), looking to promote our tech to thousands of security professionals.
Perhaps have a little fun in Vegas as well.
Now in its 20th year, the desire to know and need security will only make the conference ever more popular. Some interesting news stories to note from BH:
- Black Hat 2017: 9 IoT Security Threats To Watch
- At Black Hat 2017, an industry hits a milestone and finds new directions
- Broadpwn Flaw Shown at Black Hat Could Have Enabled WiFi Worm Attack
- BlackHat: security researcher says ApplePay vulnerable to two separate attacks