Join us at Black Hat USA 2018 as SearchSecurity editors cover the newest bugs, threats and security research poised to drop in Las Vegas. This year's show, taking place August 4-9 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, will cover some of the most important vulnerabilities in recent memory, such as Meltdown and Spectre, along with potential threats for critical infrastructure and industrial control systems and new techniques in social engineering.
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Breaking news and latest trends
The top infosec experts, researchers and thought leaders in the industry will congregate at Black Hat 2018 to discuss the latest trends and most pressing issues, from nation-state cyberattacks to responsible vulnerability disclosure. Discover what is top of mind for the infosec community in 2018, and what the experts are predicting for the future.
In her Black Hat 2018 keynote, Google's Parisa Tabriz celebrated the unrecognized, long-term work that can cause real change in security and challenge the status quo. Continue Reading
According to a survey of Black Hat 2018 attendees, organizations are still struggling with insufficient cybersecurity staff and budgets to meet the current and emerging threats. Continue Reading
As Black Hat USA 2018 approaches, we take a quick look at trends in the conference agenda and sessions not to miss. Continue Reading
Vulnerabilities and attack methods
Whether it's leveraging machine learning and artificial intelligence for cyberattacks or finding new ways to infiltrate air-gapped networks, hackers are constantly working to expand the threat landscape. Find out what security researchers and experts have to say about these latest threat actors are using now, and what experts at Black Hat 2017 say should be done to stop them.
At Black Hat 2018, security researcher Carsten Schuermann unveiled the results of a forensic analysis of eight WinVote voting machines that had been used in Virginia elections. Continue Reading
At Black Hat 2018, a Netflix security engineer introduced a new open source tool designed to more effectively monitor AWS credentials in large cloud environments, like Netflix's. Continue Reading
During a panel discussion at Black Hat 2018 on Meltdown and Spectre, Google explained how miscommunication left the company's incident response out of the early disclosure process. Continue Reading
PortSwigger's James Kettle doesn't believe web cache poisoning is theoretical and to prove it, he demonstrated several attacks on major websites and platforms at Black Hat 2018. Continue Reading
The Meltdown and Spectre research teams won big at the Pwnie Awards this year at Black Hat, while the late-entry Bitfi Wallet team overwhelmingly won for Lamest Vendor Response. Continue Reading
Cybersecurity researcher Amanda Rousseau discusses the relationship between the infosec community and law enforcement and how to create the next generation of white hat hackers. Continue Reading
Amanda Rousseau, aka Malware Unicorn, discusses her time in computer forensics investigations with the DoD, as well as the joys of reverse engineering malware encryption by hand. Continue Reading
Brittany 'Straithe' Postnikoff studied robot social engineering and found personification of robots can lead to effective attacks, regardless of whether or not AI is involved. Continue Reading