A unique, interactive game at this year's Black Hat USA event will test players' ability to stay calm in a crisis, a key skill to have during a cyberattack
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As the Internet of Things becomes more prevalent, the demand for the technologies needed to manage and secure devices becomes greater.
The recently discovered BadTunnel could mean bad news for Microsoft Windows users — that is, unless they move to patch their systems immediately.
Black Hat – built by and for the global InfoSec community – returns to Las Vegas for its 19th year. The 6-day event begins with four days (July 30 – August 2) of intense trainings for security practitioners of all levels, followed...
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Password access managers may be the most viable solution to the lack of security surrounding login credentials — if they are used effectively.
This year's lineup of talks at the Black Hat, DEF CON and BSides conferences was particularly interesting. Here are five of the hottest topics from Vegas.
New research presented at the Black Hat security conference showed that cybercriminals are getting faster at exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities.
Reducing the Application Attack Surface: Breaking Payloads With Runtime Code Stripping and Image Freezing
Collaborative research has recently devised a means to reduce a Windows application's attack surface by removing unused functions from libraries that are loaded dynamically.